I participated in a Mass celebrated with the Byzantine rite in the church of Santissima Annunziata, in San Nicola, in Greek and according to the traditions of the ancient Albanian community. The ritual dates back from the ancient origins of the Christian churches in the East, but it is linked to the Roman Catholic Church and has nothing to do with the schism of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Father Giovanni Stasso explains patiently, to whomever like me manages to find the road that leads to the church, that myrrh, songs and prayers lead to more insightful reflections and meditation. Here I was able to appreciate the real fascination of these places. Here one can discover Sicily’s history, a crossroads and meeting point of millennial peoples, of their traditions, languages, cultures and religions.