28 Sep 2019
Church of the Saints Fermo and Rustico, Verona (Italy)

Silent Walk for the Faith in Verona – 2019

Over 350 Catholic Templars organize the Fourth Silent Walk for the Faith on the streets of the city of Verona on the day dedicated to the Holy Archangels.
Departure from the headquarters at the Church of the Saints Fermo and Rustico, where the tomb is kept, which probably contains the remains of the Master Arnau de Torroja (Solsona 1122 - Verona 30 September 1184).
The following relics opened the procession with great emotion: Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Joseph, St. Cross, St. Sepulcher, St. Stephen, St. Mary Magdalene, St. George, St. Francis, St. Ignatius of Loyola, St. Anthony, St. Teresa, San Biagio, Santa Veronica Giuliani, San Felice da Cantalice, virgin Saint Lucia.
Delivery of the commemorative plaque of the event and of gratitude to the Councilor of the Municipality of Verona Edi Maria Neri.
At the end of the Walk, Holy Mass in San Fermo Maggiore celebrated by the Vicar General of the Diocese of Verona Msgr. Roberto Campostrini who recalled that "... there are silent symbols that shout more than many words ..."

Non nobis Domine, non nobis, sed nomini Tuo da gloriam!