Bary's parents died in an unspecified accident; what could be described as an earthquake appeared and engulfed his relatives. There are 120 people living in Tsiafajavona, 30 of them are missing as a result of the disaster, 10 people are still alive, while the other 80 people are trapped under the ground and have not been able to get out. The dead villagers were buried in one place and a willow tree grew near the place; the tree bleeds as soon as it is cut. This place was protected, with the inscription: "Prohibited place".

Nary and Tiana are in love, but the former has a wife and children. Mrs. Hary works in a small company and her husband Nary is a civil servant. Mrs. Hary is suspicious of her husband's behavior, but she still hasn't made another decision. Hary has talked to her son, Johary, about his worries and problems in managing the household. Through jokes, his mother taught Johary, especially about self-discipline during puberty.

Liza is a domestic worker and her employer is a family of four. The family went for a walk to have fun; when they arrived at their destination, they decided to split into two to visit different places. Her father and Ravo were together, but Rova and her mother chose another way; they were on their way to see a waterfall when a strange incident happened as Rova disappeared, for which there was no explanation.

Miss Fenitra is a teacher who lives alone. It was the evening before he closed the house one day, he met Tojo who had been killed, and he saved this man. Tended Tojo's wounds. Mr. Ratrema and Mrs. Ramary, Tojo's parents, are worried, even though they told the police. When Tojo regained consciousness, he was surprised to see a completely different house around him, the house of Fenitra. Fenitra did not allow Tojo to go out, for fear that the criminals who killed him would find him.

To have a constant conscience without reproach

Message of the Bishops of the Episcopal Conference of Madagascar. “I strive to have a clear conscience before God and men” (Acts 24,16)

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Love and Salvation

Christmas is a great joy, because it is the love of God that has come to us, proclaims Fr. Bizimana Innocent, Provincial Superior of the Salesians Don Bosco of Madagascar and Mauritius, presenting his Christmas greetings. Salvation is accomplished, so life is not in danger of disappearing. It is this love and this salvation that we wish to fill our life so that we have peace.

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Zatti, our brother

The short film "Zatti, our brother" (Argentina, 2020) focuses on one of the most difficult episodes of his life. We are in Viedma, in 1941: at the age of 60, Zatti is forced to leave the hospital he has attended for decades. His faith and strength are tested.

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