Each Catholic community, as well as each sacred place, possesses a series of features that are unique to it, which reveal the particular form
in which faith is rooted in them. For this reason, one of the raisons d'être of our company since its foundation has always been the creation of projects
specially adapted to each place. The ultimate aim of this careful study is that the faithful for whom they are intended can recognize themselves in these spaces and find them a suitable place for worship.
The works we share with you today are a sample of that adaptation. They were made for the J. Serra High School in California (named after Blessed Junipero Serra), and were completed last January. The oratory has been fully decorated, including the woodwork, liturgical elements, stained glass windows and altarpiece. Two large oil paintings on canvas with the themes of the Holy Family and the call of Jesus to the Apostles stand out.
On the exterior, three grilles have been installed to frame three mosaics. One is dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe, while the others, because it is an educational center for adolescents, are dedicated to two young people of contemporary times whose lives, sadly brief, were an example of dedication to God. They are Blessed Chiara "Luce" Badano (1971-1990) and Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati (1901-1925).