On Sunday, the President of the Republic of Hungary wished the Hungarians of the San Fernando Valley the freedom of God, family, and life on the last day of her tour of the United States. The visit now continues in the Midwest.
On Sunday, Katalin Novák attended a worship service and autumn family festival at the Hungarian Reformed Church of San Fernando Valley near Los Angeles, which concluded the President’s four-day visit to California.
Speaking to the Hungarian community of the San Fernando Valley, Novák cited the current challenges of the time, including the Covid-19 pandemic, the Russian-Ukrainian war and its effects, and the energy crisis facing Hungary.
She also drew attention to the fact that ideological warfare is taking place alongside all this: the so-called ‘woke’ culture is everywhere in California and has already infiltrated Hungary; it is present and must be confronted.
In the words of the President:
…instead of the slavery of God-denying, family-denying, life-denying ideologies, we need God-affirmative, family-affirmative, and life-affirmative freedom.”
She stressed that she believes that this is the freedom that the Hungarian people must be able to have.
The Hungarian President said that at the beginning of her presidency she had identified five areas that she would like to focus on. “I want more, better and more beautiful life in Hungary,” she said. “I will work for families, for women, for the disadvantaged, for talent, and for a smiling Hungary,” she added.
Novák’s tour of the United States continued on Monday in Kansas City, where the President cheered on the Hungarian national team, who played against Italy in a Nations League match, with Hungarian professional footballer Dániel Sallói. Sallói currently plays for Sporting Kansas City and has previously played for the Hungarian national team.
The President of the Republic also gave a lecture on Monday at the Benedictine College, a Christian university not far from the city, where she spoke about the protection of human life, support for families, and true freedom.
Featured photo via Facebook page of Katalin Novák