Dear Chiara…

DEAR chiara

With her life Chiara left us a witness of faith.
In this page you can leave comments, thoughts, prayers and your own witness of faith about Chiara.  Your messages are moderated and will be published as soon as possible.


87 thoughts on “Dear Chiara…”

  1. Dear Chiara,
    I don’t quite have the words to express how your story changed my heart. “Yes, Enrico, it is very sweet” was one of the first things I ever learned about you – your uninhibited, totally surrendered determination to see God’s Will be done. I pray and pray for this sweet surrender and courageous kind of faith. Pray for me that the Lord’s Will be sealed in my heart out of love and devotion for Jesus Christ.
    I am struggling with interior battles that cause me a great deal of suffering. The anxiety, the fears, the uncertainties of it all threaten my trust in Him. Chiara, pray that I finally allow the Lord to soothe my sores and mend my wounds. That in the emptying of the heart I find in suffering, He will fill the gaps in my heart with His Love and Mercy which are inexhaustible.
    Thank you Chiara for your witness to joy and surrender to His Will. Thank you for your prayers every step of my journey.

  2. Dear Chiara and Enrico,
    The book about you and your 3 children has been published in Hungary as well! Thank you so much for saying yes to the cross then! For me, the saints have always been a part of the distant past, it has now become really obvious to me that in the present age also live people who are holy. I have locked you in my heart for a lifetime and I know that a lot of people can draw strength from your sacrifice.
    Medjugorje is a very important place for me too!
    Thank you again for describing your life, once I get to Rome I would definitely like to visit the tombs of Maria, Davide, and Chiara! God bless you and your family!

  3. I have been praying through Chiara’s intercession for my daughter and her unborn child for almost one year. Both their lives were in danger, and doctors said we could lose one or both of them. My daughter was told she would have to consider terminating the pregnancy. ABSOLUTELY NOT. She said she will fight to give this baby a chance. The story is complex because my daughter is a living-donor liver transplant survivor. I was her donor in January 1991. Her life is a miracle. She could not have children, adopted a baby (Luke) and then got pregnant. After she delivered the baby (Isaac) in an emergency C-section at 35 weeks, the doctor said he did not know how she got pregnant as her uterus was the worst he’d ever seen. Then, when she got pregnant again, no one believed it. It was s very difficult pregnancy because of cholestasis very early on and an increase in my daughter’s liver numbers. Very scary time. My daughter suffered much nut did not complain. I am here in Assisi through Saturday and was hoping I might talk to Enrico. I tried to reach out on social media. I want him to know how I read the book about Chiara the year before Shannon was pregnant and how I prayed through her intercession. The baby was born at 31 weeks, alive and healthy!!! Her name … Claire in English / Chiara in Italian. She is named after St. Clare. My cell number is +1 717-538-6061.

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