In the Vatican, Soprana Katia Ricciarelli sings during Cardinal Comastri’s Mass

Great participation in the Holy Mass, which took place this morning in the Vatican, at the Church of Santa Maria Regina della Famiglia in the Vatican Gardens and celebrated by H.E.R. Cardinal Angelo Comastri accompanied by four concelebrants from various parts of Italy.

The participation of the world-famous Soprano Katia Ricciarelli, the Tenor Francesco Zingariello, and the singer-songwriter Francesco Drosi, author of the lyrics and music of the songs performed at the end of the Holy Mass, was exciting.

The songs that are part of the project entitled “NOI” want to be a “Letter” addressed to the world; a profound message of brotherhood, love, and peace.

Cardinal Comastri’s words were touching during the homily which enlightened those present on the true meaning of Easter and the Resurrection of Christ. There was also a mention of the difficult times we are living in and it is necessary not to lose hope in Christ who lights the way.

The event promoted by Tania Cammarota and Gjon Kolndrekaj for CrossinMedia brought together over 250 people from all over Italy.

Many representatives of the religious orders, from the leaders of the Salesians, Jesuits, and Franciscans, of Mother Teresa’s Contemplative Charity to the representatives of the Armed Forces, to the President of the Jubilee Commission Hon. Giorgio Simeone.

Present were the AssisiPax Association with the Founder Father GianMaria Polidoro, the Caritas of the Diocese of Vallo della Lucania headed by its diocesan director Don Aniello Adinolfi, the International Organization Religions for Peace, and the Children’s Association Colors for Peace with the General Secretary Mario Gallo.

Also present were the poet Mogol, the footballer Rivera, the singer-songwriter Amedeo Minghi, and a large representation from the world of culture, diplomacy, science, international finance, communication, cinema, and the Royal Houses.