Policeman Tears Up Seeing So Much Support at TFP Prayer Rally

July 19, 2016

By Cesar Franco


July 18 2016

Today is day three of our two-week Saint Michael caravan prayer tour.

After arriving in Arkansas, the Saint Michael caravan did its first campaign in Conway. With the recent attacks on the police, we rallied the locals to support their law enforcement officers. The reaction of the public was overwhelmingly sympathetic, honking, waving, and giving thumbs up. We didn’t receive any negative gestures or words.

TFP member Gabriel Jordan witnessed a police officer weeping after seeing the tremendous outpouring of support. One woman stopped to take pictures and expressed her pleasant surprise to see young men praying for the police and for America. Most interesting was a woman who brought cookies and cupcakes and left us with the following card:

I woke up this morning with fear… as I do most mornings. My husband is a police officer and I never know if today is the last day he will go into work, never to come home again. With all the hatred toward them, that fear has only grown and sometimes I selfishly wonder why he does it. As I dropped my 2 little girls off today at their grandparents I saw you guys and I just wanted to thank you for the reminder of why he does it.
Love – Ashley

Later we campaigned in Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is a tourist town situated in the Ouachita Mountain Range. One can find a beautiful public grotto in honor of Our Lady of Graces in town. It overlooks one of the main roads. We visited the shrine and noticed that an America Needs Fatima rosary rally banner was on display on the wall near the statue of Our Lady, visible to all passersby.

Taken with permission from content seen on TFP Student Action

Read about the rest of the St. Michael Prayer Tour here:

#1 Young TFP Volunteers Start Multi-State Prayer Tour – July 16
#3 Bringing Fatima to the Bible Belt – July 19 & 20
#4 Rosary Prayer Tour Reaches Oklahoma – July 21
#5 Prayer Tour Passes Through North Texas – July 22
#6 St Michael Prayer Tour Gets Steady Support in New Mexico – July 23
#7 Over 850 Favorable Honks – July 24


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