Making Italy Pray Again

This guy has invited, via video, Italians to pray more. He has mentioned, no less, Jesus, St Joseph and the Blessed Virgin.

Trump has launched a national day of prayer, but I am not aware of any other European politician doing the same. Silly me, a lot of these people would like to have abortion enshrined in some European Constitution as a human right. There isn’t much in them that would make them even think of the Blessed Virgin.

Matteo Salvini’s word are very moderate. He does not show the kind of assertiveness that anyone of us would have preferred. Still, he is at the very top of the movement as far as Europe-wide relevant politicians are concerned. Not an easy thing to do in today’s Italy, even as a conservative politician.

My rosary, today, is for him; then even a very, very imperfect Catholic like Salvini is way in front of most other Italian politicians and, of course, of that evil clown we sadly have as Pope.

Make Italy Pray Again, Matteo.

And may God bless you always.

Posted on March 21, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Sometime after the election of Trump, I realized I needed to pray routinely for him so I added him to my rosary. Then I added Orban, Salvini, Bolsonaro, and all pro-life, pro-family leaders of countries. I continue to pray that Salvini will be again in a place of influence. I am glad for his statement, even though it might be tame. I remember a time, not so long ago, when NO one would mention God or they would have lost the job immediately.

  2. God bless him! It is a sad and illuminating reality that Italy has not embraced this man all along. God help Italy and all those suffering, amen.

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