Moldava is one of the poorest countries in Europe, the second-smallest of the former Soviet republics and the most densely populated. Separatist forces maintain control of the Transnistrian region of the country. Its once-flourishing wine trade has been in decline and it is now heavily dependent on Russia for energy.

Luminous Mysteries: Intentions for Rep. of Moldava

1. For more research into renewable energy sources.
2. For increased awareness on energy efficiency.
3. For improved efficiency in the justice system.
4. For continued progress in developing democratic institutions.
5. For peaceful resolution of the separatist demands in Transnistria.

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One comment on “Luminous Mysteries: Intentions for Rep. of Moldava
  1. Leena Juvonen says:

    Holy Mother, embrace this little country of yours and all the living beings that are fed by the soil, air and water of Moldova; cover them with your veil of love and mercy, oh, the holiest being, the source of our lives. Look upon your children – my son-in-law and my precious grandson – and pray for them and protect them and all the children of the planet. Thank you. Amen.

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