Camilla has been a member of the Caravita community since 2012, when she began attending occasionally on visits to Rome and then regularly from 2015, when she settled in the city. From her hometown in Melbourne, Australia, her studies in Italian history led her to take up research and university roles in Italy, the United Kingdom, and Australia. In Rome, she works as publications editor of Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu, the imprint for scholarly publications in Jesuit History at the Roman Jesuit Archive Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu (ARSI).
Peter-John has lived in Rome since 2018 and has been a regular member of the Caravita community. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica and grew up in Geneva, Switzerland. He works remotely for a Liechtenstein family office. He feels privileged to live in such a great historical Christian city and is delighted to share its wonders with visiting pilgrims.
Brother David Bruner, Treasurer
David Bruner is a Religious of the Society of Mary, Marianists. He has become the new Treasurer of the Pastoral Council of Caravita. David received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton, majoring in French and Latin. He received a Master’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s Degree in Sacred Theology from Ave Maria University. Before coming to Rome in January 2019, David taught for 55 years, in two Marianist high schools on Long Island, New York. He was a teacher of French, Latin, Spanish, Scripture and Church History. In addition, he served as Dean of Discipline and later as the Assistant Principal for Student Services for over twenty years. He was the librarian for 30 years at Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale, New York. His work in Rome involves the translation of documents, biographies and other materials from French and Spanish into English.
Brother Juan Acuña, CPPS
Brother Juan is a member of the Missionaries of the Precious. He was born in Chile, studied Industrial Engineering, and later in his life moved to the USA where he completed his religious formation. He ministered as a brother in the Chicago area until 2019 when he was elected to serve in the general council of his religious community. He moved to Rome and joined the Caravita community that same year. Brother Juan volunteers at Caravita as webmaster and audio/tech support.