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The Catholic Church has placed on the altars exemplary figures of young women and adolescents, who in defense of the virtue of purity lost their lives in a violent manner, making them the martyrs.
Dopo il gran numero di vergini martiri, del lontano tempo delle persecuzioni contro i cristiani, che oltre a rifiutare l’adorazione degli idoli, rifiutavano soprattutto le offerte ed i desideri sessuali dei loro carnefici, come ad esempio s. Lucia, s. Agata, s. Cecilia, s. Agnese, ecc. ci fu un lungo tempo in cui nella Chiesa non comparvero figure eclatanti di martiri per la purezza.
Ma nel nostro tempo la Chiesa ha posto sugli altari figure esemplari di giovani donne e adolescenti, che nella difesa della virtù della purezza, oggi tanto ignorata, persero la loro vita in modo violento, diventando così delle martiri.
È il caso della beata Pierina Morosini († 1957) di Fiobbio (Bergamo); della beata Carolina Kozka († 1914) della Polonia; della beata Antonia Mesina († 1935) di Orgosolo (Nuoro); della Serva di Dio Concetta Lombardo († 1948) di Staletti (Catanzaro), ecc., prima di loro ci fu la dodicenne Maria Goretti, oggetto di questa scheda, beatificata nel 1947 e proclamata santa nel 1950 da papa Pio XII durante quell’Anno Santo.
Forse ai nostri giorni parlare della difesa estrema della purezza, fa un po’ sorridere, visto il lassismo imperante, la sfrenatezza dei costumi, il sesso libero fra molti giovani; ma fino a qualche decennio fa la purezza era un bene e una virtù, a cui specialmente tutte le ragazze tenevano, come dono naturale da difendere e preservare per un amore più completo e benedetto dal sacramento del Matrimonio, oppure come dono da offrire a Dio in una vita consacrata.
Con il riconoscimento ufficiale della Chiesa di questa forma di martirio, quello che fino allora poteva considerarsi, secondo il linguaggio di oggi, come uno stupro finito tragicamente per la resistenza della vittima, assunse una luce nuova di martirio, visto la personale spiritualità della vittima, il concetto di difesa della purezza come dono di Dio, il ribellarsi coscientemente fino alla morte; piace qui ricordare s. Domenico Savio che nella sua pura adolescenza, diceva: “La morte ma non il peccato”.
After the large number of virgin martyrs, the distant time of persecution against Christians, which in addition to rejecting the worship of idols, they refused the offers and especially the sexual desires of their executioners, such as s. Lucia, s. Agata, s. Cecilia, s. Agnese, etc.. there was a long time when the Church did not appear striking figures of martyrs for purity.
But in our time, the Church has placed on the altars exemplary figures of young women and adolescents, who in defense of the virtue of purity, today so ignored, lost their lives in a violent manner, making them the martyrs.
This is the case of the Blessed Pierina Morosini († 1957), Fiobbio (Bergamo), the Blessed Carolina Kozka († 1914) in Poland, the Blessed Antonia Mesina († 1935) Orgosolo (Nuoro), the Servant of God Concetta Lombardo († 1948) of Staletti (Catanzaro), etc.., before them there was a twelve year old Maria Goretti, the subject of this board, who was beatified in 1947 and canonized in 1950 by Pope Pius XII during the Holy Year.
Perhaps in our day to mention the extreme defense of purity, is a little 'smile, given the prevailing laxity, the licentiousness of morals, free sex among many young people, but until a few years ago was a good purity and virtue, especially when all the girls kept as natural gift to defend and preserve for a more complete love and blessed the sacrament of Matrimony, or as a gift to offer to God in a consecrated life.
With the recognition of the Church of this form of martyrdom, that until then could be considered, in the language of today, like a rape ended tragically for the resistance of the victim, took on a new light of martyrdom, since the personal spirituality of the victim, the concept of the defense of purity as God's gift, the rebel consciously until his death, like to recall here s. Dominic Savio in its pure youth, said: "Death rather than sin."
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Fr Stanislaus Jagodzinski, Polish, and Fr Jean Mandreau, Congolese, of the Institute of the Servants of Christ the Priest in Hammanskraal, Pretoria, South Africa, visiting the Cathedral Island in Wroclaw, Poland, fall 2015. Wroclaw is the World Capital of Virginity until Marriage. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Fr Stanislaus Jagodzinski, Polish, and Fr Jean Mandreau, Congolese, of the Institute of the Servants of Christ the Priest in Hammanskraal, Pretoria, South Africa, visiting the Cathedral Island in Wroclaw, Poland, fall 2015.
Wroclaw is the World Capital of Virginity until Marriage. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat