Charitable Work

New York Encounter audience members give a warm round of applause to the panelists of A Love Without Boundaries. Photo by Kara Hand

Love Without Boundaries

US & MoreClare Chiodini

The Rev. Pigi Bernareggi, Rose Busingye and the Rev. Solanus Benfatti, C.F.R., recounted their works for the poor and the sick in Brazil and Uganda at the 2018 New York Encounter.

Pigi Bernareggi and friends. Photo by Kara Hand
The St. Paul, MN, community shared Christmas caroling.

A Joy that Overflows

Letters

A group of friends in St. Paul, MN, go Christmas caroling. "Today I was reminded of the effect of the Incarnation in our friendship: a joy that deepens our companionship and opens it to the whole world."

AVSI Tents

Letters

Last Saturday, November 19, Charitable Work took an unusual form for the people of the CL community of South Bend, IN...

Brunch for a Friend

Letters

Jeremy is a 37 year old married man and father, recently diagnosed with metastatic bone cancer. A small group of us did a fund raising brunch in our parish for this not-so-well-known family in our parish. This is my reflection of how the day went.

GS kids from the London community

Where the Game is Played

WorldAnna Leonardi and Paolo Perego

In Montreal, London and Germany … A journey to GS communities around the world to catch how these kids deal with everyday life with a challenge: “To see if what we have encountered really has to do with everything.”

Charitable Work in the O.C.

Letters

Saturday we went to San Clemente to participate to an event of charity called Feed the Needy. I want to thank Joe so much for inviting us and to share with you what happened...

Gianna (second from the right) and her friends. Traces

A Charitable Work Called "Gianna"

WorldAnna Leonardi

Every week for years, a group of friends visited Gianna in the psychiatric institute of Karaganda. “It turned out that we were the ones who were the objects of her tenderness.”

Ugandan Students. Traces

Whether I Laugh or Cry, I Want to be Here

SchoolAlessandra Stoppa

This article describes a bit of the three days spent visiting the CL community of Kampala, a small group of people who are like water boiling in a pot where, if it is not one person it is another who awakens and reawakens the person close by.