The CL founder's biography has just been released in Italy. In this interview author Alberto Savorana, speaks about his work experience and rediscovering everything he lived at Giussani’s side. The result is a work that offers us Fr. Giussani- alive.
News - 2013
The Holy Father “came to take care of my happiness.”Julián de la Morena, responsibile for CL in Latin America, talks about his experience at the World Youth Day in Rio
A collection of passages from the Pope's words at the 2013 World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro. Central to his message is the Pope's encouragement to go forth with renewed energy and optimism found in following Christ.
In his homily for the Mass for the Possession of the Chair of the Bishop of Rome on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 2013, Pope Francis reminds us of God's mercy. Of our need for a patient and merciful Father.
In his address to ecclesial movements on the Pentecost vigil, Pope Francis answers questions concerning faith, evangelization, and poverty. He says, "there must be no question of a closed Church, but rather a Church which is ready to step outside..."
We indicate it as the criterion for a nation’s renewal, but too often the common good remains abstract. Law professor Andrea Simoncini helps us to understand and critique the illusion that good government is the outcome of a “perfect system".
In this homily on the solemnity of Saint Joseph, Pope Francis reminds us of our call to be protectors of our faith, protectors of truth. "Let us protect with love all that God has given us!"
An article by Julián Carrón, President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, commenting on Benedict XVI's renunciation and his successor, Pope Francis. Published by the Italian daily Avvenire.
An editorial commentary by Fr. Julián Carrón. Of Pope Benedict's resignation he says, "Not only his freedom, but also the Pope’s capacity to read reality, to understand the signs of the times, announces the presence of Christ."
In his Ash Wednesday homily, Pope Benedict XVI reminds us of God's mercy and emphasizes our capacity to return to Him "with all your heart."
In this General Audience by Pope Benedict XVI he speaks of his decision to renounce the ministry of Pope and to retire. He then speaks of Lent and Christ's temptations in the wilderness. We all have a choice "...between human power and love of the Cross".
Paul Bhatti's , Advisor to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, personal Christian commitment to society follows that of his martyred brother Shahbaz. In this interview he discusses his fight against the "ideology that is killing my country and its culture."
With the strength, precision, and relative newness of neurological analysis comes many questions about what it means to be human. We speak here with philosopher of mind, Michele Di Francesco to discuss this science and what it means for us.
His books are acts of pursuit that go to the source of things. The Irish novelist, COLUM McCANN, invites the reader to make the discoveries his own because, as he explains, what one needs to travel (and test) is a lived faith.
“What can people do by themselves? Are people capable of conserving their humanity?” Russian director LEV DODIN, among the Rimini Meeting 2013 guests this August, will speak about himself, his theater, and the theme of the Meeting.
A witness to Pope Francis' longest speech yet and his encouragement to not withdraw into ourselves, but rather to "...become engaged in the New Evangelization, through a simple return to Jesus Christ..."
It was in 1993 when Fr. Giussani sent him around the world for the first time. Fr. Ambrogio Pisoni, visitor for the CL communities in the East, tells us about his 20 years of traveling: “What Christ works is more powerful than any cultural condition.”
“People are struck by the appearance of a man who loves Jesus Christ,” because they show us Christianity for what it is: an irreducible event. Traces takes a close-up look at Jorge Mario Bergoglio's first month as Pope.
Her expression "the banality of evil" carries more profound innuendo than one might think. What did Hannah Arendt really mean? Fifty years after her articles about Adolf Eichmann's trial, we rediscover what she saw in that man and in our own awareness.
The humility of the beginning and the ending of Pope Benedict XVI's pontificate indicate the true content of his steps. Theologian Javier Prades looks back with us on these past eight years.
Tolkien's The Hobbit is a story to keep proposing because it speaks to us of nostalgia and of being chosen. As Peter Jackson brings it to the big screen, a teacher explains what is to be found in the epic story.