Mark MacDonald, National Indigenous Bishop of the Anglican Church of Canada, met Pope Francis in Geneva, Switzerland, on 21 June 2018. "The meeting was very brief, but long enough for MacDonald to issue an impromptu invitation to Francis to visit Canada. MacDonald said the People's demeanour when they met June 21 seemed friendly, but he's not sure if his words got through, because of the language barrier. 'He just smiled', he said. MacDonald, who is also WCC [World Council of Churches] president for North America, was in Geneva, Switzerland, for one of the biennial meetings of the organization's central committee. Francis' visit to the meeting was the third ever by a Roman Catholic pope to a meeting of the WCC". "That the Pope make an apology on Canadian soil was one of the 94 Calls to Action issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada".