I come from a family where my parents are practising Catholics and are members of the Emmanuel Community. I have always attended Church, but when I was 16, I had a very strong moment of conversion. I was in a retreat in front of the Blessed Sacrament and I wrote on a sheet of paper, “God loves me, that’s the only thing that matters.” And immediately, the reality of this sentence touched me deeply, I had tears of joy and received incredible peace. I cried for two hours and went to confession, I said to myself, “All the things I learned from school, from my parents, it’s all true, God is here, He’s with me and He loves me.” And from that moment on, I advanced into faith more and more. At the end of school, I went to University and still had the question of my vocation. Then at the end of the first year of Uni, I decided that I wanted to discern more about my vocation, since I was already in the Emmanuel Community, I decided to come to Namur.