A shared Armenian evening with friends in a small town in Luxembourg. Armenian dishes, art and music, to re-discover the "mysterious attractiveness of the beauty and the truth through the unknown."
Letters - 2023
The story of the little English girl, her death, her parents. What does it mean to care until the end? A doctor's letter
Encuentro Quito 2023, a 'small meeting' dedicated to peace in the South American country, for months the scene of violence and a climate of social insecurity.
CL celebrated thirty years in the Baltic country. An event in Vilinus attended by many friends, including from Italy: "We felt part of the same people".
A Ukrainian refugee in Italy, she turned 21 on October 7, the day of the Hamas attacks. She had planned to celebrate with friends, but in the face of so much horror, amidst tears, she could not pretend that nothing had happened...
They curated and explained the exhibition on the Trappist monastery of Azer, at the Rimini Meeting: the account of the preparation and the days lived by the volunteers who acted as "guides".
Fr. Pier is a missionary in Karaganda and had the opportunity to participate in the Pope's visit to the Asian country. Here is his account.
A young university graduate recounts her two days in Rimini. Here is what struck and enthused her about what she saw.
The walks in the Dolomites, a party in the village square, the news of a friend's death. And a question that weaves through the few days spent together: what does it really mean to undertake a journey?
A small community near Munich that takes seriously the challenge of what it means to “be a presence”. The result is the presentation of "The Religious Sense" in the parish, and not only.
On the occasion of the Bonnevoie parish festival, the CL community proposed an exhibition on Fr. Giussani and an evening of songs to all.
Seven retirees in Jerusalem to serve the works of the Custody of the Holy Land. Humble works in the holy places, and many encounters with those who live Christianity in that land full of contradictions.
She was born in Rome, lived in Milan where she married a Japanese man. And in 1980 she had moved with her family to Hiroshima. She was at the origin of the CL community in Japan. The normal story of a special woman.
A doctor in Venice, through friendship with a colleague in Uzhorod, has become involved in several missions to the war-torn country over the past year.
The Fraternity Exercises, the Pope's visit to Budapest, European Responsibles' Diaconia. For the Hungarian community, "This is how God came looking for us."
Not since 2011 had such a large group of pilgrims visited Syria. They were a group of 44 Russian Catholic and Orthodox faithful led by Monsignor Paolo Pezzi in the footsteps of St. Paul. An account of those days
A Sunday morning with the Missionaries of Charity among the homeless. Gerald's coffee, Cyrian's gaze, the Gospel gifted among the tents... An account of a day of charitable work in San Francesco.
More stories and testimonies from the territories flooded in Emilia Romagna. Because you can help even at a distance, even without your boots or hands in the mud.
"In the face of what is happening, either you stop at appearances, or you go to the bottom of what you consist of, and become aware of who you are." Two testimonies from Forlì and Cesena.
From Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Romania... The small communities of the movement from the Balkans gathered in Macedonia at the end of March for a vacation.
A Via Crucis in the symbolic place of the Holocaust to respond to Pope Francis’ appeal for peace. Anna from Krakow, who had not dared to visit the concentration camp for a long time, recounts the event.