Coronavirus: Human hope or a message from Heaven? Medjugorje Visionary reveals: “This virus is evil, but it doesn’t come from God.”…I am convinced that this situation won’t last long, but for us it is an invitation to start a new life.”

As Italy is gripped by a countrywide lockdown because of rocketing numbers of coronavirus cases, Italians are trying to boost their morale and have started spreading a slogan of reassurance: “Andrà tutto bene” – everything will be all right.

Signs of hope are occuring in hard hit Italy..

Last week in a radio interview Visionary Marija suggested that the spread of the evil coronavirus will not “last long”.. Hopeful reports are beginning to make the news rhat the speard may be slowing.

Radio Interview with Marija -excerpt: “When discussing the message of February 25, 2020, visionary Marija told Padre Livio on Radio Maria: “This virus is evil, it doesn’t come from God. I am convinced that this situation won’t last long, but for us it is an invitation to start a new life. When I heard this Coronavirus, I asked myself: ‘How can we fight him?’ As the name tells us, let’s stick to the Crown, let’s stick to the Rosary. Holy Rosary has won on a thousand occasions. Let’s start with the Rosary in our families. May the Lord free us from this fear… Jesus said that certain evil spirits can only be removed by prayer and fasting. Even for this virus we start praying and fasting.”

 


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As Italy is gripped by a countrywide lockdown because of rocketing numbers of coronavirus cases, Italians are trying to boost their morale and have started spreading a slogan of reassurance: “Andrà tutto bene” – everything will be all right.

The initiative appears to have been started by a few mothers in Bari, Puglia using Facebook, and then picked up across the country.

Romina Anardo, 38, a journalist at a local newspaper in Piossasco, a small town near Turin, has been working from home since her five-year-old son’s school closed because of the outbreak. He drew a rainbow accompanied by the slogan.

The drawing of a five-year-old from near Turin
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 The drawing of a five-year-old from near Turin. Photograph: Romina Anardo

“After a moment of panic in the population, there is now a new solidarity,” Anardo said. “In my community the drugstores bring groceries to people’s homes and there is a group of volunteers that visit houses of people over 65.”

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