But of course, as far as I’m concerned I don’t really travel alone; I travel with God; walking, sightseeing, chatting, praying. It may sound strange, but I never feel lonely; I cherish this day-after-day time sitting in the mystery, breathing in the natural beauty, and speculating about the way of life in all the historic places I visit.
Rome boast 500 churches, many built upon previous structures; some built upon Roman basilicas, which were public buildings in ancient times. Then there are all the sixteen-century baroque churches prominent throughout the city. One of my plans is, in as many churches as I can possibly visit, to light candles for the people I pray for.