What are the fruits that flow from this work?
“For me, the joy of what I do is that every year is what I see in the various institutions of our Catholic and associated schools: the number of pupils is increasing and every year more and more parents are joining our schools. This gives us great joy, because it shows the trust that parents place in us, entrusting their children to us.
It also gives us great joy to see students blossom, from when they come to us at first, with fear and trepidation to move forward, to when we see them gradually opening up and learning. So when you see students taking their knowledge into their own hands, that is, doing research, asking questions, making progress, it is a pleasure. It is also good to see teachers working together, helping each other to make progress and pass on quality education to their pupils. This is also a mission that God has entrusted to us with regard to young people and children in general.
For me, therefore, it is really a great pleasure to render this service, to be with young people, to accompany them in their development and in the service they will have to render in the Church and society.