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Celebration of the First Anniversary of the Beatification of Elisabetta Sanna


With grateful hearts the Pallottine family and friends, coming also from Sardinia, gathered in San Salvatore in Onda in Rome on 16 September 2017, to celebrate the first anniversary of the Beatification of Elisabetta Sanna. The relic of Blessed Elisabetta was brought to the altar with the entrance procession.

Main celebrant of the Holy Mass was Rev. Fr. Jacob Nampudakam, Rector General of the Pallottine Fathers and Brothers.  The choir of Codrongianos from Sardinia accompanied the faithful throughout the Mass, and a melodious song of Mamma Sanna was sung by the pianist.

At the conclusion of the Mass Fr. Jacob thanked Fr. Jan Korycki, SAC for his faithful dedication as the postulator and introduced his successor Fr. Adam Golec, SAC.

Before the final blessing everyone was invited to continue to pray for the grace of the Canonization of Blessed Elisabetta Sanna.

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