«Just as there is a wicked zeal of bitterness which distances one from God and leads to hell, so there is a good zeal, which distances one from evil and leads to God and eternal life. It’s in this later (therefore in this good zeal) which monks must foster with ardent love: they prevent each other from seeking honor; (supporting)/enduring with great patience one another’s physical or moral weaknesses; lending themselves to competition in mutual obedience(or compete in obeying each other); no one is to pursue what he judges useful for himself(or no one seeks what he considers best for himself/nobody seeks his advantages), but rather what he (considers)/judges (useful/)better for others; one to loves all of his fellow monks as brothers(or loving each other with brotherly/fraternal love free from any/all selfishness); they fear God in their love; they love their abbot, with sincerity and humble charity; they prefer absolutely nothing (to/)but Christ, who brings us all together to everlasting life. »
(RB Chapter 72 °)
The community of San Giovanni Battista in Rome is pleased to share the joy for the great event yesterday, February 29 in the young community of the monastery of Santa Maria degli Angeli in Kenya for the solemn profession of our sister Sister Scolastica, and the...
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FOUNDATION IN KENYA
On October 7, 2009 Mother Abbess Ildefonsa Paluzzi together with Sister Maria Lucy, a nun originally from Kenya, left Monte Mario to go to Nairobi for foundation.
The Cardinal John Njue made for them available a small house to start as a religious house until the community was able to have its own monastic house. A new adventure thus began from here and after a month’s stay on the spot, Mother Abbess left Sister Maria Lucy as manager to carry out this project.