“I ran to the chapel to thank the Lord that this trial had been overcome”. This was the first thing that Sr. Bernadete Rossoni, the postulator of the Daughters of St. Camillus, did as soon as her quarantine in the generalate house of Grottaferrata, at the gates of Rome, had come to an end. In recent weeks this woman religious tested positive for the coronavirus together with 59 of her sisters in the generalate house. “The place”, she said, “is still a ‘red zone’ but the situation is slowly returning to normal after a long period of isolation marked by many acts of solidarity and nearness by many people”.
Ufficio Comunicazione / 11/11/2021
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