To some who have lived in Rome these few pics might mean a lot. Anybody who lives or works in the Vatican network has seen this saint a thousand times walking in this manner. More than once a day he can be seen crossing St. Peter's Square or the Via della Conc. Always in his soutane. Always in prayer. He's really the last of the old-school guys left from the good old days who still works in the Vatican.
He lives in the palace of the Holy Office with his grandnephew who studies at the Regina Apostolorum. In fact, he now teaches the seminarians there at the Regina (the Legionaries). He's been walking the streets of Rome since the forties. With affection he is called by different names: "il Sardo" or "the scooter" or even just "De Magistris the Great."
Meet Archbishop Luigi de Magistris. He's an example to the young generation of how it's done. Be inspired by him. Follow the legends of old and get to know them. In your youth continue that which you have been taught by these wise men of old.