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Come and See. Communicating by Encountering People Where and as They Are

Message for World Communications Day 2021 “Come and See” (Jn 1:46). Communicating by Encountering People Where and as They Are     Communication is an encounter Pope Francis is not an expert in communication, but he is an exceptional communicator. As such, the Pope has always imagined communication not as a complex semiotic process, but… Read more »

Prisoners of a virtual reality

Fratelli tutti, 33

Today we can recognize that “we fed ourselves on dreams of splendour and grandeur, and ended up consuming distraction, insularity and solitude. We gorged ourselves on networking, and lost the taste of fraternity. We looked for quick and safe results, only to find ourselves overwhelmed by impatience and anxiety. Prisoners of a virtual reality, we… Read more »

We are responsible

Fratelli tutti, 115

At a time when everything seems to disintegrate and lose consistency, it is good for us to appeal to the solidity born of the consciousness that we are responsible for the fragility of others as we strive to build a common future. Fratelli tutti, 115

Service

Fratelli tutti, 115

Service always looks to their faces, touches their flesh, senses their closeness and even, in some cases, ‘suffers’ that closeness and tries to help them. Service is never ideological, for we do not serve ideas, we serve people. – Fratelli tutti, 115

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Holy Easter 2021

Letter of Sr. Anna Caiazza, Superior General

Dearest Sisters and young women in formation, This year, too, Easter seems to have taken us by surprise. Indeed, as a human family, we feel that we are still immersed in the via crucis wrought by the pandemic, populated by hosts of brothers and sisters scourged or killed by the disease, and pierced by the… Read more »

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Religious Life and the New Media: Being in Relation or Being Connected?

Religious life always mirrors the changes taking place in society. Religious communities are microcosms within which people who enter it bring with them all the baggage they acquired prior to their entrance, but also all the material received from contact with the outside world. In this way, the religious community finds itself managing all the… Read more »

Christmas 2020

Letter of Sr. Anna Caiazza, Superior General

Dearest Sisters and young women in formation, Meditating on the Prologue of John’s Gospel, which the Liturgy proposes to us on Christmas Day, my heart was captured–and not randomly–by this phrase: “The light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it” (Jn. 1:5). Light and darkness: a conflict that characterizes…

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