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Appeal to Europe for Prayer Without Borders

The Schuman Thought Institute began on May 13, 2018, during the Second European Schuman Festival in the Temple of Divine Providence in Warsaw, the initiative of Prayer Without Borders’

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“We see in it the inspiration of Robert Schuman, who being a lawyer, economist and above all a politician, every day found time to attend the Holy Mass, received Holy Communion and prayed the rosary. Thanks to this, he had the power of the Holy Spirit, being in the world of politics, to resist temptation and to act on the basis of Christian moral principles and social teaching of the Church. Concerned about the direction Europe is currently heading for, the European state of politics and the attitude of politicians as well as the fast-growing civilization of death, which clearly offends God, we want to oppose it both in action and in prayer” – appeal the members of the Institute.
The Schuman Thought Institute is in constant contact with the postulator of the beatification process of Robert Schuman, Fr. Professor Bernard Ardura. “Information from Rome urge us to pray for a miracle through the intercession of the Servant of God Robert Schuman, because Positio is already being finished” – write the members of the Institute.
“We, therefore, call on all Christian parishes, communities and organizations throughout Europe to organize prayer meetings on 13th (Fatima day) of each month. Prayer without Borders is based on three main pillars: worship of God, thanksgiving and supplication. Our prayers go in three directions: we pray for a prompt beatification of the Servant of God Robert Schuman, for the return of Europe to Christian roots and for the “Great Men of God” (St. Louis Grignion de Montfort, The True and Perfect Devotion)” – write the organizers of the Prayer Without Borders.
The prayer initiatives can be reported in:,,, in order to place them on the map of Europe for a common encouragement. Contact to the Schuman Thought Institute:

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