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"And Who Am I?" - Lenten Reflections on Giacomo Leopardi

Join the Diocese of Rome on a Lenten journey of depth and inwardness through the works of Giacomo Leopardi, a renowned 19th-century Italian poet. In this initiative, Fr. Fabio Rosini, Director of the Diocese of Rome Office for Vocations, introduces each evening while reflections of the texts are shared by professor and essayist Franco Nembrini. This is a wonderful challenge to read Leopardi's masterpieces in preparation for Easter, and to make contact with the deepest part of ourselves. Don't miss out on this moment of reflection and conscious preparation toward Easter with the entire diocese of Rome.

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