POPE IN FATIMA. ROSARY VIGIL: “IF WE WANT TO BE CHRISTIAN, WE HAVE TO BE MARIAN.”


POPE IN FATIMA ROSARY VIGIL: “IF WE WANT TO BE CHRISTIAN, WE MUST BE MARIAN.”

During his greeting to the some 300,000 pilgrims gathered  in Fatima for the Rosary vigil, Pope Francis reminded that:

 

“With Christ and Mary, we abide in God. Indeed, ‘if we want to be Christian, we must be Marian; in a word, we have to acknowledge the essential, vital and providential relationship uniting Our Lady to Jesus, a relationship that opens before us the way leading to him’ (PAUL VI, Address at the Shine of Our Lady of Bonaria, Cagliari, 24 April 1970). Each time we recite the rosary, in this holy place or anywhere else, the Gospel enters anew into the life of individuals, families, peoples and the entire world.”

SEE  FULL TEXT OF THE VATICAN-PROVIDED POPE FRANCIS’ ADDRESS IN http://wp.me/p6k7Mv-2pi

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