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DON ALDO STEFANO BERTOLOTTIITA - ESP - ENG

At 1:00 p.m. today (local time), in the community of Genoa, our brother Priest has returned to the Father. FR. ALDO STEFANO BERTOLOTTI, 91 years, 80 of Pauline life, 73 of religious profession, 66 of priesthood.


Fr. Aldo was born in Tarsogno di Tornolo (Parma, Italy) on 22 October 1922 and entered the Congregation while still very young on 28 October 1933, in the community of Alba. Here he received his first formation and did his novitiate (1939-1940), at the end of which he made his first profession on 8 September 1940. He made his perpetual profession in Rome, on 8 September 1944 and was ordained a priest by Mons. Luigi Grassi, on 3 August 1947.

Agenda Paolina

September 16, 2019

Memoria dei Ss. Cornelio, papa, e Cipriano, vescovo, martiri (rosso)
1Tm 2,1-8; Sal 27; Lc 7,1-10

September 16, 2019

* SJBP: 2007 a Modena, parr. S. Pio X (Italia).

September 16, 2019

SSP: D. Fedele Molino (2006) - Fr. Susumu Uchino (2008) - D. Gabriele Amorth (2016) • FSP: Sr. M. Pia Faller (2013) - Sr. Lucia Imelda Berardi (2016) • PD: Sr. M. Emma Merlini (1991) • SJBP: Sr. Rosa Alfano (2017) • IGS: Mons. Vincenzo Iacono (1993) • IMSA: Nunzia Spanò (2017) • ISF: Crescenza Brindisi (2001).

Thoughts

September 16, 2019

Quando vi è molta preghiera, con l’osservanza religiosa e un apostolato intelligente, con la pratica della vera povertà... le Case nascono, crescono, senza notevoli scosse; e si sviluppano come una pianta messa lungo la corrente delle acque (UPS III, 36-37).

September 16, 2019

Cuando hay mucha oración, juntamente con la observancia religiosa, un apostolado inteligente y la práctica de la verdadera pobreza... las casas nacen y crecen sin sobresaltos y se desarrollan como un árbol plantado al borde de la acequia (UPS III, 36-37).

September 16, 2019

When there is a lot of prayer, with religious observance and an intelligent apostolate, with the practice of true poverty... the houses are established and they grow without many problems; they grow as a plant rooted along the water stream (UPS III, 36-37).