"What can we know through science? What can we know through faith?" Dr. Massimo Robberto and Dr. Andrew White speak at GS's first PerspectiScope discussion.
News - 2005
"The Catholic affirmation of the ability of reason to grasp an intelligent design behind reality does not depend on the results of such a scientific method." Reprinted from the Italian magazine "Tempi," No. 29, 9/22/05.
A conversation between Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete and Dr. Joseph Weiler on relativism and skepticism, faith and tolerance, in America and Europe, a way out of slavery, a path to freeing the heart of contemporary man.
Pope John Paul II outlines the importance of ecclesial movmenets for the life of the church and reminds us to “...not quench the Spirit, do not despise prophesying, but test everything and hold fast what is good”
The CL responsibles for North America gathered in Florida. The newness of the Christian encounter reborns throughout the entire continent. Something that generates unity and hope in the solitude of American life.
If you look at the statistics, Kenya seems to be well advanced as regards the spread of primary education. From 1963 to the present day, the number of primary schools has risen from 6,000 to 18,000.
Thanks to an AVSI project in Kampala, Uganda, every year since 2002, a course of formation called “The Risk of Education Training” has been organized.
After reading all of C.S. Lewis’s works, Walter Hooper was surprised by his invitation to visit and the ensuing friendship that solidified his position as Lewis’s posthumous secretary.
Reflected in Lewis’s literary productions are his life experiences: the abandonment of Christianity to the point of embracing atheism; the encounter with Tolkien and Dyson; chats with friends in the Inklings club; and conversion.
The author of "On the Road," a cult book for a generation of rebels. A dramatic life that ended in drugs and alcohol. But his pitiless analysis of American society was never satisfied with a degraded condition.
From September 7-11th, a group of Catholic and Protestant theologians from Europe, Canada and the United States, all sharing a passion for Christ and for His Church, met in Granada.
English scholar Stratford Caldecott proposes rereading G.K. Chesterton in light of the encounter with Fr. Giussani, both of whom lived the faith as a gift.
In the heart of Africa, the project of a new school: A not-for-profit organization formed by some families who decided to become protagonists in the education of their children.
The American university students sent some testimonies to the CL National Diaconia about their lives within their colleges. We publish some of them here.
The text of Fr Giussani’s written contribution to the XXI plenary assembly of the Pontifical Council for the Laity on “Rediscovering the True Face of the Parish.” Rome, November 24-28, 2004
The watershed in post-war art. Pollock, Rothko, Congdon and others revolutionized the relationship with works of art. “They began to consider canvas as an arena in which to act–no longer the support for a painting, but an event.”
In the Mexican capital, at a meeting on Fr Giussani’s book, Cardinal Rivera Carrera said, “This work has every right to belong in the classic literature on the Church.”