A monk of Norcia

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January 11, 2018
When a series of earthquakes destroyed the monastery of Norcia, the monks set to work rebuilding a new home
January 11, 2018
An earthquake turns everything upside down: the roof over your head – that very symbol of safety and security – suddenly becomes a source of danger; that which is designed to protect becomes itself a threat. In August 2016, the first of a series of major earthquakes struck central Italy, with our monastery in Norcia
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