The Pontifical Delegation for the Holy House of Loreto is pleased to inform that, after two years of detention due to the pandemic, on Sunday 8 May 2022, the appointment is renewed with the delivery of the "Mimosa d'oro" award, an event connected to the International Women's Day, postponed from March to May due to health restrictions and organized by the CIF (Italian Women's Center) Provincial Section of Ancona, in collaboration with the Municipality of Loreto and the Lauretana Prelature. The "Mimosa d’oro" prize, which is awarded to a woman who has particularly distinguished herself, will be awarded to Prof. Mariella Enoc, President of the Bambino Gesù Hospital in Rome, for her testimony of Christian life in the social and professional sphere.
The program of the day includes participation in the Holy Mass at 10.00 presided by H.E. Mons.Fabio Dal Cin Archbishop Prelate of Loreto and Pontifical Delegate, to continue in the afternoon at 16.00 in the Macchi Room of the Apostolic Palace with the meeting moderated by the CIF provincial councilor Prof. Maria Teresa Schiavoni with interventions by Mons. Fabio Dal Cin and the Mayor of Loreto Moreno Pieroni.
On this occasion, as well as delivering the "Mimosa d’ora" award, the testimony of the Carotti family will be heard, which will be awarded an award representing all the families who live with faith the reality of a child with disabilities and illness. In addition, the commitment and dedication of the many volunteers at the service of the Pontifical Basilica will also be recognized.
As part of this event, with the intervention of Dr. Fiorenzo Mignini, an agreement will be signed between the Bambino Gesù Hospital and the Health Department of the Pontifical Delegation in favor of families with children affected by rare diseases.
"I believe that this mission of the sanctuary, as Pope Francis asked on 25 March 2019", says Mgr. Dal Cin, "is a great opportunity to continue his charitable mission towards the sick, especially those affected by rare diseases, facilitating contact with the structure. of the Child Jesus in Rome. This opportunity is part of the commitment of the Holy House to unite patients, family members, citizens and authorities in promoting a greater awareness of these diseases which also occurs with the collaboration with other prestigious institutions, such as - for example - the Bicocca University of Milan and the National Center for Rare Diseases of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità. "
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