Language : English | Author : Salvatore Garofalo
|Book Name :||An Echo of Providence, Elena Bettini|
|Weight (In gms) :||290|
|Number of Pages :||249|
The person of and work of Mother Elena Bettini (1814-1894) touches upon almost an entire century in 19th Century Rome, offering an example of intense charity and great trust in Divine Providence. The humble “Roman” woman became the Founder of a religious congregation trusting and entrusting herself to Providence, which literally led her and guided her. Her encounter with Father Tommaso Lodovico Manini in the church of San carlo ai Catinari was providential. Her nomination as Superior to the Community of the Daughters of Divine Providence, in 1839 at the age of 26 was also a particular and providential event. Similar reflections could be made regarding the remainder of Mother Bettini’s life, becoming the “Echo of Providence”, especially at those times that characterized most incisively her work as Founder and her spiritual itinerary. This is the contemporary message of Mother Bettini, who translated the faith and charity that she received from God into faith in man.
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