T he ‘family cenacles’, the “Domus Christianae”, are the phenomenon that develops and provides a social and ecclesial character to Christianity in the early years, and then in the first centuries.
I believe that a man needs to have the “eyes of the dove” to perceive the vibration of God’s presence.
Because beauty – besides being a feast for the eyes and light of the soul – also reveals the divine in the world, becomes poetic presence, unveiling the secrets of the earth and foretelling those of heaven.
Fr. Costantino Ruggeri