View from Your Table

View from Your Table

View from Your Table

View from Your Table

Rome

I’m visiting Rome this weekend to attend a few meetings. Today, I had lunch with a friend priest and went to the Basilica di San Clemente in the afternoon. It is believed to be the oldest Roman church, its crypt foundation serving as a house church for Romans in the first century.

This spring fed the Roman interior. It is still going after 2,000 years. What were the first Christians to live there and drink from it? Their faith continues to flow through the entire world:

A preserved Mithraeum, a religious hall in which worshipers of the Mithras cult celebrated their rituals, is located in the crypt. As I did before, you can also pray in front of the tomb St. Cyril who was, along with St. Methodius an Apostle to Slavs.

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I also discovered a wonderful gelato shop close to the Forum, and they had the classic combination of pistachios-hazelnut. Rome, man. It’s amazing that anyone else can make gelato or pizza like the Italians.

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