TPO 2023

It is always good to find one’s roots, especially when we have an important decision to make in front of us.

Personal roots, re-reading one’s own life as salvation history. Spiritual roots, engaging in deep dialogue with the Lord to seek and find His Will for oneself. Congregational roots, to rediscover how the charism was born by looking at the geographical context where it was born and reviewing the graphic and written documents of it.

It is shocking to read the handwritten letters of Saint Nazaria, to look at the newspaper clippings of the time and to admire the objects that are silent witnesses of the birth of the charism. But, undoubtedly, kneeling in the crypt where the body of our foundress lies renews in our hearts the desire to continue the work we have begun.