Amy shares what happened when friends gathered to hear the witness of Fr. Marcel, a survivor of the Rwandan genocide.
Letters - 2020 - Page 2
Fr. John shares how the Risk of Education work is transforming the way he encounters others.
Spending the afternoon in the hotel working or taking the community vacation proposal seriously, starting with a few hours of games together? This was Mauro's choice and the story of what he discovered.
The death of the American basketball player vibrated among the students of a Milanese technical institute. Between dialogues and discussions in class, nothing seems to add up. The question ‘why?’ remains, and it cannot be shut out.
After he joins the Risk of Education work, Mark discovers that he has been invited to more than just a book study.
The CL young workers’ holiday in the mountains, which are reflected in the Atlantic. A beauty before their eyes that ignites a certain nostalgia and, at the same time, a fullness.
A letter from the retreat with Fr. Carrón in the UK, which recounts the experience of a family that is discovering what really corresponds to their desire.
A few days of vacation are an opportunity for Silvia to go to the Amazon to visit some friends who had ignited curiosity in her. This is what she brought home from Parintins.
John recounts how the proposal of studying the Risk of Education via ZOOM helped him to understand slowly that he wants "to be willing to allow obedience to Christ to overcome the fickleness of my feelings."
"We have lived the truer part of Christmas: Christ made flesh here and now, God with us through the flesh of our friends.”
The CL community of Buenos Aires was in their diocese's “Christmas Mission”. A simple gesture: handing out small images of the nativity and greeting those passers-by who are caught up in a frenzy during the holiday period.
Twelve years of mission on the banks of the Mekong River. Where, one face after another, you discover that you are only yourself in a relationship. After returning to Italy, a PIME missionary recounts his experience in Cambodia.
After living in Finland for three years, Giuseppe perceives a preference for his life through the companionship of the Church, and recognizes his need for a place that he can call Home.
Jill recounts the richness of her encounter with Communion and Liberation. The precious realisation that Christ is a reality that she can encounter is "very real but also very beyond me".
Mass and dinner in a parish in the center of São Paulo, with some of the thousands of people who live on the street and who, before God, "do not hide who they are".
A group of Italian high school students met Andrea Monda, director of the Osservatore Romano, in Rome. He answered some of their questions.