sabato 12 gennaio 2019

The New York Times
(Marc Santora) On his knees, head bowed before bloodstained robes, a Polish man was deep in prayer. He was worshiping in a chapel at the John Paul II Center in Krakow, a sprawling complex where relics of the former pontiff are displayed, including the clothes he was wearing when nearly killed by an assassin’s bullet in 1981. An engineer, the man said he preferred to keep his prayers private and asked that only his first name, Wojciech, be used. But he was excited to talk about his beloved pope. “Whenever I have a problem in my life, I come here to pray,” Wojciech said. (...)