Discussion in 'Pope Francis' started by Julia, Feb 28, 2020.
Thank God. Thank you for posting.
Yes thank God.
yes, I thought that was pretty funny too!
Well, ain’t that nice....
In a more sombre mood.
Geeezzzz....I’m so shocked....not.
Dear President Trump, please lend your fatima statue to the Pope. It’s been such a blessing to you dear President, perhaps it may be beneficial to the pope as well
Trump Asked Priest Who Exorcised White House If He Could Keep Statue of Our Lady of Fatima
Can you provide a link to that article about the priest exorcising the White House?
He has stated great concern, even disdain for extreme capitalism. Trump does afterall represent a capitalist country. Just sayin
Did You Know? Our Lady of Fatima is Represented at the White House
By Billy Ryan
June 7, 2019
On inauguration night, Father Andrew Mahana exorcised the White House and presented a statue of Lady of Fatima kept there today.
Father Mahana was invited by President Trump’s inaugural committee to his inauguration to discuss with him shaping Middle East policy to benefit persecuted Christians.
Trump and Mahana are friends: at a campaign rally in Greeley, Colorado he pointed at the priest and asked the crowd to loud applause: “does everyone here know Father Andre?”
During his January 20th, 2017 meeting with President Trump, Father Mahana presented him a statue of Our Lady of Fatima and a rosary. Trump asked if he could keep both when he first moved in.
This is incredibly comforting and it explains a LOT about the bizarre hatred generated toward DJT and Melania.
You said it!!!!
A picture paints a thousand words...
How wonderful. Our Lady of Fatima, no less.
Here is what I found. I was just looking for the pic with Trump holding the Fatima Statue. The headline accompanied it.
Not shocked that Trump asked to keep the Fatima statue. Not at all...praise God.
Vatican And The Virus: Was Pope Tested Or Not?
Following a report from Il Messaggero that alleged the pope tested negative for COVID-19, Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni released a statement March 3 saying the pope was merely suffering from a cold that was "running its course, without symptoms linked to other pathologies."
Bruni neither confirmed nor denied that the pope was tested for the virus.
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