A windy and chilly autumn with downpours descended on the Baltics with the arrival of the Holy Father, Pope Francis, to Vilnius on 22 September.
Many expected that the divine, balmy and unseasonably hot September temperatures, would extend over the weekend of the Papal visit, however, Mother Nature’s plan was different. This however did not disappoint the people of faith, who compared the nasty wind to the whipping of Jesus and the rain – to the rite of Christening. Around 100 thousand faithful...
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