Monday, 24 September 2018 11:54

It’s Possible to Change

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Margherita Galiffa, Roma, Italia: I was impressed when she said that what she had (material things) and that human love weren’t enough for her.

Margherita Galiffa, has a degree in languages and is a spouse and mother. She writes to us from Rome, Italy, after having seen the documentary of Sr. Clare together with her family.

We were very touched by the film about Sr. Clare. Even though we didn’t know her personally, we felt as if she was very close to us. Her story leaves “something” inside. Even today, just like yesterday after having seen it, she comes to my mind over and over again, because it is a story that talks about a normal, young girl, like us, and in which each of us can find something of ourselves. It makes you think that it would be good to have that divine “inspiration” that she had, and to live the complete happiness that we all desire.

I was impressed when she said that what she had (material things) and that human love weren’t enough for her. They always reached a limit, and that wasn’t enough for her.

Sr. Clare is a beautiful example of complete love and generosity; it is a beautiful lesson for all of us. It shows us that it is possible to change, to abandon our vices and to embrace virtues.

Yesterday afternoon, seeing the documentary, did a great deal of good to our souls.

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If you have any favors, memories or stories about Sr. Clare or any of the 5 postulants who died in Ecuador, please send us an email: sisterclare@homeofthemother.org

In addition to your stories, please indicate where you are from, which of the six Sisters you are speaking about and how you met her. We are also thankful for videos and pictures.