The theme

 

"WE ARE WITNESSES ..." (Acts 3:15)

The breath of the Holy Spirit in the Cenacle, on the day of Pentecost, marks the beginning of the Apostles’ proclamation and of their living testimony about the Risen Christ.

In the Acts of the Apostles it is repeated several times, like a refrain, "... God raised him from the dead and we are witnesses".

Our resurrected life is a living testimony of His resurrection: where there was pain and death, God breathed light and life.

We are witnesses ...

that Jesus is risen and we are resurrected in Him;

that Christ is alive and wants us alive;

that the Truth of God’s Word frees our hearts;

that the Light has overcome the darkness;

that Life is a beautiful gift from God;

that true Joy lies in friendship with the Lord;

that the Cross is the sign of true love;

that God’s Mercy is greater than all sin;

that God’s Love has conquered evil and death ...

The Virgin Mary, the Mother who gathered the disheartened Apostles in the Upper Room and prayed with them while waiting for the Holy Spirit, awaits you on the hill of Saluzzo, in this Cenacle, to pray with you and for you!

The Holy Spirit will come down ... and we will be witnesses!

We joyfully await you!