Almost three thousand years after they were composed, the Psalms, born as the “form of dialogue defined by God Himself for His relationship with His chosen people,” still describe the human heart, the heart of every man, in every time, of every faith.
News - 2000
An overview of the process of publication of Father Giussani’s books in English under McGill-Queen's University Press.
The text of an interview with Fr. Giussani published in the Italian weekly, Panorama, on the eve of World Youth Day.
The remarks made by the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the presentation of the Church document Dominus Iesus. Press Room of the Holy See, September 5, 2000.
Two years after the death of the great American artist. The initiatives of the foundation that, established in 1980 at Congdon's behest, now bears his name.We talked about it with Vice President Paolo Mangini, the artist's friend since 1960.
A catechism course for the personnel at Mangiagalli Hospital Milan, requested by the director of the nursing school, Sister Agostina Fumagalli. Some notes from a lesson by Fr. Giussani.
An interview with Nicolò Dallaporta, one of the fathers of modern cosmology. A long life of research keeping in mind all the factors of reality. " All of life is a miracle and man is the greatest miracle of all". An encounter with a master
On name tentatively emerges from the rubble of chads, disqualified ballots, TV mishaps, and court appeals, but uncertainty remains. A doubt begins to dawn: there may be a power capable of putting the most powerful nation on earth at a disadvantage.
In the Big Apple, GS high school youth at work sets up an exhibit in schools in Brooklyn, Central Park, and Washington, becoming aware of reality through seven panels.
The editorialist for The New York Times Magazine describes the situation of uncertainty on the eve of the election of a new President of the United States. The desire, power, and freedom of a testimony.
750 CL leaders from 70 nations for the annual International Assembly on the theme: “Unity: the Law of Knowledge.” Here are testimonies from around the world, giving value to every aspect of personal experience, including the professional side of life.
A public meeting on the pilgrimage made by the Pope to the Holy Land. The impressions of the Israeli Ambassador and the report of a journalist. An occasion to explain what the Movement is.
The homily delivered on June 24th by the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the ordination of priests and deacons, in the Priestly Fraternity of the Missionaries of St. Charles Borromeo in Rome.
The first volume of the PerCorso presented in the African capital. In a country marked by the phenomenon of religious sects, an occasion for bringing into focus the true dimension of religiosity.
The death of the Archbishop of New York, a strong reference point for American Catholics. His Irish origin and his profound knowledge of the American environment.
More than 10% of the Ugandan population is ill. More than 1,000,000 are orphans. Meeting Point's work in the suburbs of Kampala. Attending to the whole person.
New experiences are flourishing in the USA. The discovery of Father Giussani's texts, a new form of social life among families, and challenges of the upcoming election.
Excerpts from an interview of the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith by the German magazine Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on March 8, 2000.
The New York community and music. A choir, a CD, and a school. Communicating a greater meaning with notes of music.
An interview with musician and composer Chris Vath on the New York community and music.
The Rimini Meeting's exhibition on Christianity's beginnings arrives in the Far East. The impressions of some university. Their amazed discovery of a new world.