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Fr Pietro GarelliITA - ESP - ENG

At 3 p.m. today (local time), 8 November, in the infirmary of the community of Alba, following a serious respiratory crisis, our brother Disciple of the Divine Master has returned
to the Father. BRO. PIETRO STEFANO GARELLI, 91 years, 61 of Pauline life, 56 of religious profession.


Bro. Pietro – known by everybody through his pet name "Pierino" – was born in Gorzegno (Cuneo) on 17 May 1921 and has passed the threshold of the Congregation already as an adult on 15 September 1951 in Alba. He had lived the terrible experience of the war as a soldier; with reason his superiors, in their report for the religious investiture (1953), note down: "He is a made man, familiar with the hardships of life." At the end of his two years of novitiate at Ostia (1954-1956), he made here his first profession on 8 September 1956 and, at the end of his formation, the perpetual profession on 8 September 1961 in Rome.

Agenda Paolina

January 26, 2020

III del Tempo Ordinario (verde)
Is 8,23–9,3; Sal 26; 1Cor 1,10-13.17; Mt 4,12-23

January 26, 2020

* Nessun evento particolare.

January 26, 2020

SSP: D. Anselmo Viano (1996) • FSP: Sr. Francesca Masala (1980) - Sr. M. Tarcisia Marchisio (2014) • PD: Sr. M. Oliva Cattapan (1998) • ISF: Amabile Grando (1987) - Pietro Secchiaroli (2000) - Anna Accossu (2013).

Thoughts

January 26, 2020

La povertà intesa nel senso evangelico-paolino, è insieme mortificazione, giustizia, provvidenza, lavoro, produzione. La economia ha come base naturale e soprannaturale la virtù e il voto di povertà. In generale il paolino vive del suo apostolato; e per le spese straordinarie ricorre alla beneficenza dei Cooperatori (CISP, p. 164).

January 26, 2020

La pobreza entendida en el sentido evangélico-paulino es a la vez mortificación, equidad, providencia, trabajo, producción. La economía tiene como base natural y sobrenatural la virtud y el voto de pobreza. En general el paulino vive de su apostolado; y para los gastos extraordinarios recurre a la beneficencia de los Cooperadores (CISP, p. 164).

January 26, 2020

Poverty, understood in the evangelical-Pauline sense, is at the same time mortification, justice, providence, work and production. The natural and supernatural basis of the economy is the virtue and the vow of poverty. In general, the Pauline lives from his apostolate; and for extraordinary expenses, he resorts to the charity of the Cooperators (CISP, p. 164).