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The only alleged vision of Our Lady in London has an intriguing link with the U.S. Founding Father
While friars serve food, volunteers kneel in prayer in a simple chapel before the Blessed Sacrament.
Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the city.
Gianluigi Torzi is being charged by Vatican prosecutors with several counts of “extortion, embezzlement, aggravated fraud and money laundering,” the Holy See said, noting that the crimes Vatican Law provides for sentences of up to twelve years imprisonment for such crimes.
The official, Fabrizio Tirabassi, is one of five Vatican employees suspended in October 2019, following a raid conducted by Vatican gendarmes, who seized computers and documents related to financial dealings at the department.
Fr. Alexander Sherbrooke said he had “a strong sense that the Holy Spirit is literally building a church on the streets” in response to the crisis.
The archbishops emphasized that Church officials were in talks with public health agencies and the government about the reopening of churches, which were closed March 24.