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Fr Sosa visits restored Chapel of "Silk Weavers" in Venice (Italy)
On Wednesday, 11 April 2018, Father General Arturo Sosa visited Venice to participate in the inauguration of the restored Chapel of Silk Weavers (Cappella dei Tessitori di seta) in the Church of the Assumption. The restoration of the chapel was completed with the help of the Swiss Foundation Pro-Venice. Father General was accompanied by Father Joachin Barrero, Regional Assistant for Southern Europe Assistancy, as well as Father Gianfranco Matarazzo, provincial of the Euro-Mediterranean Province of the Society of Jesus. Civic authorities of the City of Venice also participated in the ceremony.
Although the Society no longer has a community in Venice, Father General noted that the city "remains a great light for the Jesuits and their history, which was lit when the first ten companions, most of whom had completed their studies at the Sorbonne in Parish, gathered there in 1537 with the intention of embarking for the Holy Land and beginning a full apostolic life."
The Venetian stay of the first companions was a time of discernment, of searching for the will of the Lord, so that they could make a decision about their future. Even today, the Venetian period remains for the Jesuits a heritage of lived history, an essential memory. General Congregation 36 recalled the importance of the Venetian period of the Society by saying of the first companions, that "As they discerned new direction for their lives, they held fast to what they had already found to be life-giving: sharing their lives together as friends in the Lord; living very close to the lives of the poor; and preaching the Gospel with joy." (GC 36, D.1 n4).
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