FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Some tips to navigate the new site.

Is the website only available in English? What about the other versions?

This site is the international English website of Communion and Liberation. Other international versions of the site are available in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. Local national websites are available on the new platform for Germany, Brazil, Peru, Spain, Portugal, and Poland. All other national websites still remain on the old platform and can be accessed by clicking on “EN” and “National Websites” below.

Where can I find the content previously published on Traces Online?

The Traces archive is available online from 1999 to present issues. All digital issues are accessible in the Traces section and do not require a subscription. Editorials and Page One are also available in the Traces section.

How can I read the articles in the latest issue of Traces?

The latest issue of Traces will be accessible in the Traces section in PDF format. Users will be able to download it to their devices, or simply read it online.

Where can I find texts by Fr. Carrón?

You can look in the Fr. Carrón section of the website for his most significant transcripts. His texts published in Page One can be found in the Traces section under Page One. Some videos of his talks are also available in the Videos section of the website. If you already have the title of the text you are looking for, you can type it in the search bar which will browse through the entire CL website.

Where can I find the text of Fr. Carrón’s School of Community?

In the School of Community section you can download the text of Fr. Carrón’s School of community in PDF or ePub. In the same section you can also find material for GS School of Community.

Where can I find texts by Fr. Giussani?

Some textual excerpts and videos can be found in About CL and Fr. Giussani. In the Fr. Giussani section of the digital archives you can also find about forty significant texts by Giussani. His writing published in Traces or Page One can be found in the Traces section. All other Giussani texts are collected in the Scritti digital archives, which one can access with a free account.

Where can I learn more about our presence in the press?

Articles on Communion and Liberation are listed in the From the Press section. This is a small selection of articles which mention themes, people, or events that we deem worth highlighting.

Where can I find flyers, press releases, and documents signed by Communion and Liberation?

In the Documents section of the digital archive.

I can’t find the events calendar.

The Communion and Liberation events worth noting, organized by cultural centers, associations, local groups, etc., are so many that it would be nearly impossible to maintain a full list of them up to date. Though it may be a sacrifice on your end, we ask that you maintain yourself informed by searching for these events directly on the organizer’s platform (for example, on the Crossroads Cultural Center official website).

What’s in the “Events” section of the archive?

You will be redirected to a separate platform where we keep track of main international events such as book presentations, masses for Fr. Giussani, and Ways of the Cross.

What is the “Themes” tab for?

It allows you to browse through articles pertaining to certain themes identified by the editorial board. For example, all articles somehow pertaining to charitable work will be grouped under the theme “charitable work.”

Is the content of the English site available on social media?

For now, the content from the English website is only available on Facebook. You may follow the Italian social media channels on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

How can I submit my contribution for the CL website?

All submissions for the English international site can be sent to submit@clhac.com. They will then be reviewed by the editorial board and considered for publication.