A new year, a new city. For the sixth season of Che Dio ci aiuti! the Convento degli Angeli packs its bags and moves to Assisi, the town where Sister Angela grew up, where she found her vocation and where her father, Primo, with whom she has not had a relationship for years, still lives.
This year Sister Angela will have to undertake an even more difficult mission because it concerns herself and her past. She will have to come to terms with a secret, a hidden, but still open wound in her soul. But she will certainly be in good company….
The convent is still headed by Sister Costanza, who should be retiring to make room for the new Mother Superior, who may be closer than she thinks… but she invents a new excuse every time to put it off. Like looking for a new barista for the Angolo Divino and hiring Carolina, a mysterious, very cynical young woman who will give her a hard time.
Then there is Azzurra, who has cast aside her Chanel to wear a crucifix around her neck. Azzurra is a novice who has embraced the vocation, but her trials are by no means over yet. Because Penelope, a little girl who lost both her parents in an accident and has not spoken since, soon arrives at the convent. A little girl with a precious heart, especially for Azzurra…
There is Nico and Ginevra, who are about to get married. Their love has been sweet and constant, a balm for them both. But Ginevra is inexperienced: she has an immature heart and a great fear of not being able to measure up to Nico… She nonetheless pretends to be unworried, especially before Monica Giulietti, Nico’s ex! Yes, this year Monica will also be back… in a new version. Because when you lose everything, you may collapse and have to start again from scratch. And Monica has lost everything. She will try to start afresh by following her newfound maternal instinct and thanks to the friendship of her first great love, Nico.
But we return to Ginevra with her jealousy and need to prove herself. A need that she will try to satisfy through her relationship with Erasmo.
And finally we come to him, the young man who will cause an upheaval in the life of Sister Angela, among others. He is twenty-eight years old and has several tattoos and the gentle, cheeky face of someone who thinks he has nothing to lose, because he never had anything. He is semi-delinquent, impulsive and quarrelsome, but deep down he has a good heart. The heart of a child who has suffered. A heart that Sister Angela does not yet know is close to hers. Very close. Perhaps… too close.
And so, once again, she can only turn her eyes to Heaven and say… God help us!