Adelaide Molinari Healing Oil
Adelaide Molinari Healing Oil ( Garibaldi , February 2 , 1938 – Eldorado do Carajás , April 14 , 1985 ), also known as Sister Adelaide, a Catholic nun of the Congregation of the Filhas do Amor Divino and Brazilian community leader , remembered for her work with the poor urban and rural communities in southeastern Pará . Her name, legacy, and martyrdom inspire a certain popular devotion in thenorth of Brazil , related to workers’ rights and the defense of needy communities.
Adelaide born in the municipality of Garibaldi , on February 2, 1938, to Salvador and Cecília Molinari, both farmers; still in childhood, she moved to the gaucho municipality of Palmeira das Missões , where she started to work with her family in rural labor. In the municipality, under the influence of her parents, she began to attend the Religious Institute of the Filhas do Amor Divino (Irfadi), going to live and study permanently at the institution afterwards. At Irfadi, after finishing her training, she accepted the charism of the congregation, which claims to be at the service of the most needy.
Adelaide assigned, on April 8, 1983, with two other religious from the Congregation of the Filhas do Amor Divino (FDC), to go to the southeast of Pará to form prototypes of popular missions and Base Ecclesiastical Communities in the Marabá -Eldorado do Carajás axis. – Curionópolis . His work gave rise to numerous small Catholic communities in the region, which included the Community Center of Eldorado do Carajás, the Parish and Community Center of Nossa Senhora das Graças in Curionópolis (center of work) and even structuring and support for the Santa Casa da Misericórdia from Serra Pelada.
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