Georgia: La natalidad aumenta un 20% tras anunciar el Patriarca que bautizará personalmente a los bebés

A partir del tercer hijo, que es lo mínimo que tiene un matrimonio consciente que su deber bíblico y materialista es crecer y multiplicarse. Esto hay que repicarlo:

I like ending the news week on a high note. It doesn’t get much better than this:

The head of the Georgian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Ilia II, came up with an astonishingly successful incentive to counteract the country’s plummeting birth rate.

He promised to personally baptize any baby born to parents of more than two children.

The BBC reported that the results have been, in the words of the Georgian Orthodox Church, «a miracle,» with the country’s birth rate increasing by nearly 20% during 2008 – a rate four times faster than the previous year.

While Georgia was under the domination of the former Soviet Union, the Orthodox religion was all but suppressed in the country, but now the BBC reports that the Patriarch plays a very influential role in Georgian society, with many seeing him as the most authoritative figure in their lives. (LifeSite)

Imagine if American Bishops made that same promise to families in their diocese?

¡Impresionante! Este es el crack, con mas de 4000 admiradores en feisbuk:

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