Trevi Fountain lit up in red, and yesterday was the turn of Westminster

The lightening of the red lights of the Trevi Fountain in Rome and the statue of Christ the King at Almada in Portugal, enhanced the turn of Westminster in London. The Abbey, the Cathedral and then the parliament building were illuminated with red purple, to remind the world about the tragedy of anti-Christian persecution and violations against religious freedom.

‘Yesterday was the Red Wednesday, in honor of the men and women, who, suffer persecution, discrimination or acts of intolerance, in every part of the world, just because they want to live their faith publicly’, said Alessandro Monteduro, Director of ACS Italy, commenting on the initiative of Aid to the Church in Need in UK.

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