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Stories of Our Elderly

Stories of Our Elderly

When we met Anne she was on her wheelchair, paralyzed on her left side because of a very serious stroke. In spite of her serious condition she was quite strong and pushed herself around: she would know whatever was happening on the floor, the good and the bad, and all about the people who were living […]

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Stories of Our Elderly

Stories of Our Elderly

We begin our stories with Margie, one of the first we met in New York A strong, 74 year-old woman at the time, who went to visit her brother every day at the nursing home we visited and prayed at. 27 years later, at 101, Margie is a rock of the New York community and […]

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Pope Francis: No tolerance for racism, but without violence

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Fragile and disoriented, we are called to row together. #prayforhumanity

– Written by Andrea Riccardi – Founder of Sant’Egidio The appointment relaunched by Pope Francis, because “the virus makes us understand that we are in the same boat.” For Thursday, May 14, a day of prayer, fasting and works of mercy was proposed by the High Committee for Human Fraternity, composed of leaders inspired by […]

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Via Crucis

To the Pray in the Holy Sepulcher live from the Church from the Church of Sant’Egidio click here. For the Via Crucis from Santa Maria in Trastevere click here. First Reading Isaiah 52: 13-54:12 See, my servant shall prosper;   he shall be exalted and lifted up,   and shall be very high.Just as there were many who were […]