Sunday, December 27, 2009

Trinitarians in Rome

Study their history. 

Perhaps this is your call?

Let us pray!

1 comment:

  1. What a delightful surprise it was for me to click on your weblog today (Sunday 27 December) and find the “Trinitarians in Rome” entry … with a little vocation pitch at the end. Thank you very much for including us, as you have on a few other occasions. I myself spent many years living and working in Rome back in the 70s and 80s and a bit in the 90s. I have all good memories of my time spent there. It looks to me as if the photo was taken at the entrance/exit of our parish church of Santa Maria alle Fornaci next to Vatican City State and the priest-religious pictured is P. Antonio Mattia. Again, thank you for including us today.

    You might want to give your readers a web address where they can learn of our 800+ year history. The international Trinitarian History & Heritage website can be found at As a member of our international Historical Institute, I set up this website in 2000 and have been managing it ever since.

    A very blessed and merry Christmas to you and yours.

    In the Holy Trinity,

    Fr. Joseph, OSST