In His Image: today a journey to discover the catacombs in Rome. Tomorrow, directed by Lampedusa dedicated to hospitality

In His Image: today a journey to discover the catacombs in Rome. Tomorrow, directed by Lampedusa dedicated to hospitality
In His Image: today a journey to discover the catacombs in Rome. Tomorrow, directed by Lampedusa dedicated to hospitality

A Sua Immagine inaugurates today the new series of summer episodes dedicated to the most representative places linked to the origins of Christianity and its spread in Italy, starting right from Rome and from the catacombs where the first Christians met to bury their dead.
From 3.30 pm, on Rai Uno, the presenter Lorena Bianchetti will walk along the Appian Way the most evocative stretches linked to symbolic moments in the history of Christianity. From the testimony of the “Domine quo vadis” place where Christ appeared to Peter fleeing from Rome, to the catacombs of San Callisto, the largest and deepest where six popes were buried. Paolo Balduzzi will present the paintings, in excellent conservation, of the catacombs of San Marcellino and Pietro in another area of ​​Rome. Following “The reasons for hope” with Msgr. Dario Edoardo Viganò. The protagonist of this Saturday’s episode is Claudia Gerini. The actress confronts the theme of misunderstanding, at the center of the Sunday Gospel. In an intimate and profound dialogue Claudia Gerini retraces some moments of her career and her private and family life.
Tomorrow, from 10.30, on the occasion of World Refugee Day, A Sua Immagine live from Lampedusa will tell the story of the great humanity of the inhabitants of the island who have always saved, welcomed and included migrants who arrived from the sea to escape wars and persecutions. Lorena Bianchetti’s guests: the parish priest of Lampedusa, Don Carmelo La Magra; Paola La Rosa di Lampedusa Solidale who collaborates in the memory laboratory project “The blanket of Yusuf”; Lillo Maggiore, who welcomed several migrants to her home and adopted one of them; the commander of the Coast Guard, Marco Ferreri. The constant warnings of Pope Francis who chose Lampedusa as the first stop on his pastoral journeys and the testimonies of those who managed to save some migrants from drowning and those who, escaping death, built something for themselves and for others will also be transmitted. . At 10.55, the line will pass to the mass, broadcast from the Sacro Cuore di Gesù church, in Santa Venerina (Ct). At 12, as every Sunday, the Angelus recited by Pope Francis from St. Peter’s Square.

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