Association's Charity

Beyond the walls there is the call to that which is worth it

Our society has great difficulty in understanding the meaning of a life that has been totally donated to the Lord, in a hermitage. And yet, these nuns show us the reason for our pilgrimaging.

by Alfredo Pescante

A new convent with all of the usual charism

After 175 years of their presence in the city, in the wonderful XIII century Benedictine convent, the little community of nuns have recently been received in the premises of the Work of Providence.

by Alfredo Pescante

In the name of the Gospel

It seems that the city is showing a certain intolerance towards the multitudes of needy, as though it is closing itself up like a hedgehog in its peace that has nothing to do with the Gospel.

by Alfredo Pescante

From 12 January 1914 it became daily

The initiative of handing out bread to the needy was started again in the second half of the XIX century, by our founder, Don Antonio Locatelli, and very quickly from weekly, it became daily.

by Alfredo Pescante