“The real issue is to learn to be creatures.” Magdalene College hosted a dialogue between Julián Carrón and the great theologian and former leader of the Anglican Church. They discussed topics ranging from education to the role of Christians in society.
Fr. Julián Carrón's "Disarming Beauty" was selected as a 2017 Foreword Reviews Indies Award Finalist in the Religion category.
“In the midst of the deterioration of values and vicious conflicts that assail humankind, I think that the presence of believers is indispensable for society.” A commentary by Pilar Rahola, who presented "Disarming Beauty" with Julián Carrón in May.
Julián Carrón’s eight-day tour across the U.S. and Canada to share the “disarming beauty” of the faith saw encounters with atheists, believers, and people from many different cultures.
"True dialogue happens in appreciation for each other’s intimate convictions.'" Father Julián Carrón partook in the panel on interreligious dialogue at the United Nations Headquarters alongside Archbishop Bernardito Auza and Amitai Etzioni.
In the outpost of the post-Christian world, the perspective of Disarming Beauty by Julián Carrón inserted itself into the American debate over the role of Christians, often poised between "culture wars" and isolation. From the September Traces.
"The book examines the plight of our current world and invites Christians to respond, not from a place of fear, but from the joy of their original encounter with the living person of Christ." Catholic News Agency reviewed Disarming Beauty.
"Christianity ... is the encounter with the person of Jesus, the mystery who entered into history to become a companion to human beings and respond to their structural need for happiness." Disarming Beauty is reviewed on Reading Religion.
"Carrón points out that many of the truths we have held for some time to be self-evident became obvious only after the advent of Christianity; with its current decline, so too goes the obviousness." Disarming Beauty is reviewed by National Review.
"At a time when religious fanaticism perpetrates the grossest offenses against humankind, it takes courage to posit that our Christian faith is reasonable only if it is 'without reservation.'" Michael Winters reviewed Julián Carrón's Disarming Beauty.
Interview with Fr. Julián Carrón on Disarming Beauty. "Beauty disarms us from our narrow way of looking at ourselves and at reality; it opens our minds and our eyes to the totality of reality, of the real."
"We will eventually be Christians, not by obligation or tradition, but because of our fascination with Christ." Fr. Julián Carrón was interviewed by Denver Catholic in light of the publication of Disarming Beauty.
An interview with Fr. Julián Carrón, by John L. Allen Jr. and Ines San Martin Crux. Pope Francis, the Church on the journey in this ‘epochal change’, and the English edition of Carrón's book, Disarming Beauty.
"If Christianity is true, what do Christians really have to fear?" In contrast with Rod Dreher's The Benedict Option, Julián Carrón's Disarming Beauty preaches a Christianity of fearlessness and relationship.
"Carrón treats in very real and concrete ways what is essential to maintaining and developing Christian faith." Vatican Insider reviewed Fr. Julián Carrón's Disarming Beauty.
Presentation in Barcelona on Disarming Beauty. Fr. Julian Carrón and Pilar Rahola dialogue about the book. "My head exploded. The book provoked, seduced irritated, interrogated and conquered me..."
The economy, the elections in France, Islamic terrorism. The president of the Fraternity of CL answers the questions of the Spanish newspaper El Mundo on themes from the book "Disarming Beauty".
"Our faith must become a lived beauty through which others can encounter God’s incredible love." Fr. Julián Carrón discussed his new book "Disarming Beauty" with Joseph Weiler at the 2017 New York Encounter.
On the final day of the New York Encounter, Fr. Julián Carrón and Joseph Weiler gave a presentation on Fr. Carrón's book, Disarming Beauty, which will be available in May 2017 published by the University of Notre Dame Press.