"Christ and the Apostles." Detail from the frescoes with Episodes from the Life of Christ, Church of Santa Margherita (c. 13th century), Laggio di Cadore, Belluno, Italy.
Easter Poster

The 2019 Easter Poster

Artwork: Detail from the Life of Christ frescoes, Church of Santa Margherita (Belluno, Italy).
Courtesy of Peter Fields.
Letters

Rediscovering a Presence

On April 2 and 3, the New York City CLU presented an exhibit on the life of Msgr. Luigi Giussani at New York University. For Peter this was an opportunity to delve deeper into his belonging to Communion and Liberation.

On April 2 and 3, the New York CLU presented an exhibit on the life and work of Father Luigi Giussani at the New York University Catholic Center. The exhibit originally appeared at the 2018 New York Encounter and was curated by CLU students and professors...

Photo by David Galalis.
From the Press

Walking the Way of the Cross this Good Friday

Read Andrew Hamm's article on walking the Way of the Cross in Washington, D.C., published on April 17 on the Catholic Standard.

"All my life I’ve striven to remain observant, even as the recent scandals came to light. More and more I see how I’ve settled for observation --especially of these scandals. I don’t know what this period in time means for the Church. I do know that the u...

"School of Athens" by Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino. Via Wikimedia Commons.
From the Press

Tradition and Authority in Luigi Giussani's Educational Method

Margarita Mooney details her understanding of education through Giussani's method. Read her article published on Public Discourse.
Photo by David Galalis.
From the Press

Via Crucis on US Streets: Faithful Accompany Jesus in His Suffering

The Communion and Liberation Way of the Cross is featured in an article published on the National Catholic Reporter.

"Founded in Italy in 1954 by Fr. Luigi Giussani, Communion and Liberation has been hosting public Way of the Cross processions for decades since Giussani first proposed the liturgy to high school and university students in Italy." Read the full article...