Festività

Un Natale particolare

Non ci saranno grandi riunioni familiari e doni ricchi sotto l'albero, ma ci sarà l'occasione di festeggiamenti semplici, in cui riscoprire il significato di questo giorno

Director Maria Giulia Madaschi, left, talks with Pasqualina Ghilardi, 87, before talking via video call with Caterina Damiano, unrelated to her, who bought and sent her a Christmas present through an organization dubbed
A volunteer DRK helper wearing a bobble hat performs a coronavirus rapid test on a woman at a testing station in Goppingen, Germany, Thursday, Dec. 24, 2020.  Just before Christmas, tens of thousands of people across the country can get tested for the corona virus to make sure they don't infect relatives or close friends when they give presents. Several aid services, such as the German Red Cross (DRK) and the Malteser, offer the campaign. (Marijan Murat/dpa via AP)
Pasqualina Ghilardi, 87, center, is flanked by carer Michela Valle, left, and director Maria Giulia Madaschi, as she talks on a video call with Caterina Damiano, a donor unrelated to her, who bought and sent her a sweater as Christmas present through an organization dubbed
A coronavirus-themed Christmas tree decorated with masks and rubber gloves is displayed in Hanoi, Vietnam, Thursday, Dec. 24, 2020. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh)
Palmiro Tami, center, flanked by director Maria Giulia Madaschi, left and carer Melania Cavalieri, is overwhelmed with emotions as he talks on a video call with Barbara Schiavon a donor unrelated to him, who bought and sent him a Christmas present, a hat of his favorite soccer team, Atalanta, through an organization dubbed
FILE - In this Dec. 21, 2020, file photo, Tessa Boulton, left, takes a swab test from Michael Kruse, dressed as Santa Claus, at a coronavirus testing center at the Helios Clinic in Schwerin, Germany. All most people wanted for Christmas after this year of pandemic was some cheer and togetherness. Instead many are heading into a season of isolation, grieving lost loved ones, experiencing uncertainty about their jobs or confronting the fear of a potentially more contagious variant of the coronavirus. (Jens Buettner/dpa via AP, File)
People walk past the Christmas holiday decorations in Taipei, Taiwan, Thursday, Dec. 24, 2020. (AP Photo/Chiang Ying-ying)
Volunteers wearing face masks wave after they load boxes onto a delivery truck during an event to send Christmas gifts for the underprivileged in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020. The Korea Youth Foundation sent Christmas gifts using a courier to help prevent against the coronavirus as the social distancing measures. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Santa wears a face shield and a child wears a face mask, to protect against COVID-19, before being photographed together at a shopping mall in Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020.  Coronavirus restrictions allow for Children to meet with Santa, but they have to respect social distancing and sit separately. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)
FILE - In this Dec. 8, 2020, file photo, Santa, portrayed by Dan Kemmis, laughs as he talks to Kristin Laidre as she walks her dog, Scooby, a Bassett Hound mix, as he sits inside a protective bubble in Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood. All most people wanted for Christmas after this year of pandemic was some cheer and togetherness. Instead many are heading into a season of isolation, grieving lost loved ones, experiencing uncertainty about their jobs or confronting the fear of a potentially more contagious variant of the coronavirus.(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020 file photo a man dressed as Santa Claus sanitizes his gloved hands, to protect against COVID-19, during a day of being photographed with children at a shopping mall in Johannesburg, South Africa. Coronavirus restrictions allow for Children to meet with Santa, but they have to respect social distancing and sit separately. Police are setting up roadblocks to slow a second surge of infections that authorities and scientists say is being fueled by another a new variant of the virus, distinct from the new variant affecting England. Some countries are banning flights from South Africa, where the weekly numbers of infections and deaths have doubled over the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell, File)

Non sarà un Natale come tutti gli altri. Il Covid ha costretto il mondo intero a escogitare modi alternativi per festeggiare la nascita di Gesù. Sarà un Natale sobrio, per riscoprire il significato più profondo di questo giorno. Per stare con la propria famiglia ristretta, con l’aiuto della tecnologia o meno, e per stare anche un po’ con se stessi e riscoprirsi. Con il pensiero sempre rivolto a chi ci ha lasciati, portato via dalla pandemia, a chi lotta per la propria vita negli ospedali e a chi li assiste e cura con professionalità, buon Natale. (AP Photo / Marijan Murat; Lee Jin-man; Denis Farrell; Ted S. Warren; Denis Farrell; Jens Buettner; Luca Bruno; Hau Dinh; Chiang Ying-ying)

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