“We didn’t know quite what to do with him [Pier Giorgio Di Cicco],” a fellow-priest observed. “It was like having Gerard Manley Hopkins as your presbyteral brother.”
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco, poet of the boundaries
Ministry and the muse
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