Martha watches all reports on pope Francis visit in Ireland

Martha has a small TV set in her cell.
It has 7 or 8 channels.
One channel is in Irish, others are in English language.

On Saturday and Sunday Martha watched all the TV coverages broadcasted in Irish television, regarding visit of Pope Francis in Ireland.
Martha watched it from the morning until late.
She remembered that during his speech in Knock, at 10:50 a.m. Pope said that he prays for people in prisons and for the families.
Pope also thanked for the letters and asked for a prayer.
Martha also prays for the Pope.

Additionaly whole Dublin was blocked due to Pope’s visit.
Martha heard a helicopter flying over the prison.
Martha didn’t know if there will be visits at all. Just in case, she asked her friends to not to come to her on Saturday and Sunday.
They would have problems with getting to prison.

Martha spent Saturday and Sunday on watching everything that was broadcasted in Irish TV. Everything that regarded Pope Francis’ visit in Ireland.
Historical, difficult visit… meetinfgs… speeches…

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We have noted a visit to our site helpformartha.org from… Vatican – thank you for your interest in Martha’s case

On August 2, 2018, we have noted a special visit to our English language site helpformartha.org.
The visit was made from a place marked by the system as: Vatican.
We are very pleased with the visit.
We will not determine further details.
Just the fact of visit from the presented location, gives some hope.
Every interest counts, and we thank vor it very much.

In 2016, Martha’s mother wrote a letter to the Pope.
On December 28, 2016, in the name of His Holiness Francis, a responce was sent for the mother.

In 2018, some time ago, Martha’s mother sent another letter to the Pope.
Do the current visits to our sites from Vatican have any connection to Martha’s Mother’s plea for help?

Pope Francis is supposed to visit Ireland soon.
The visit is planned for August 25 and 26, 2018.
Initially, the visit plan likely included a visit in the prison.
But in the men’s one: Mountjoy Prison.
Both prisons, men’s and wowmen’s are divided by… an asphalt road.
We don’t know the current visit plan for the Pope Francis’ visit in Ireland.
We don’t know if there will be a visit in Mountjoy Prison.
But we will observe the visit of Pope Francis in Ireland closely.

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