LCWC member, K. V. Turley, has written a post for the Catholic Exchange on St Maria Goretti
Some years back I traveled with a small party to a farmhouse in the Italian Pontine Marshes. The building proved a nondescript place, with the space below used for storing foodstuffs and farm equipment whilst on the first floor lay the living quarters. As it turned out those same living quarters were largely unchanged since the early part of the 20th Century. There was one noticeable addition, however. On the floor of the main room was a plaque marking the spot of a murder.
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~ M. J. Mann