Cesare Falletti

Father Cesare Falletti grew up in Rome where he completed all his studies, up to the license in theology. For a short time he was vice rector of the seminary for adult vocations in Turin. In 1971 he entered the Cistercian Order at the Abbey of Lérins and later, in 1995, he founded the Dominus Tecum monastery in Pra 'd Mill (province of Cuneo and diocese of Saluzzo), of which he has been the prior.

He has been a friend of the Fraternity of Hope for some time and collaborates with the monthly "Nuovo Progetto", for which he has held numerous columns over the years.


Meetings at the Arsenal of Paece:


Articles on society and poverty:


Reflections on openness to others and the good to be built:

  • Good and evil: the banality of evil and the ever new novelty of good.
  • The good of all: justice begins with everyone and must materialize.
  • The risk of the good: untangle the labyrinth of life knowing what to risk.
  • Made to love: love, sustained by fidelity and perseverance, is a story that spans time.
  • Stronger than time: recognize yourself as human persons.
  • Mind and heart: united in thinking about others and how to be useful for others.
  • Simply friends: becoming nourishment for others with our presence.
  • The art of thanking: thanking connects people by making them interdependent.
  • True happiness: not always seeking more, but giving and giving oneself.
  • The future on our side: every man in the presence of God builds history.
  • The strength of the gift: ... because what is not given is lost ...
  • The Price of Love: don't worry only about material well-being, but have a heart that breathes.
  • The great beauty: human coexistence is an art that requires passion and sacrifice.
  • Coloring evil: turning problems into opportunities and unwelcome events into places of love.
  • Maybe: one of the most beautiful words, because it does not close in a certainty but opens to the other and to infinity.


Meditations on faith and the spiritual life:


Liturgical and biblical reflections:

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