Returned statuette stolen from nativity scene with apology note

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(ANSA) – PAVIA, 15 DEC – The statuette of St. Common. Don Gian Pietro Maggi, parish priest of the Cathedral which stands next to the remains of the Tower which fell on March 17, 1989, immediately informed the mayor Mario Fabrizio Fracassi and the councilor Roberta Marcone, who wanted to set up the nativity scene in the heart of Pavia in front of Piazza Duomo.

Next to the “returned” statuette there was also an apology note: “We are very sorry for what happened – the authors wrote -, it was not meant to be a blasphemous gesture but a girlish girl in a moment of clouding of reason. We know nothing. of the other damaged figurines, but we hope to be able to remedy at least what is our responsibility. We apologize, Merry Christmas. “

Mayor Fracassi commented with satisfaction, on his Facebook page, the news of the return of the statuette: “A little Christmas ‘miracle’. Becoming aware of one’s mistakes and trying to repent is the most difficult thing, but it is also an indispensable step. , if you want to grow. It’s news that makes you happy “. (HANDLE).


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