Below is Msgr. Luigi Giussani’s 2004 message for Christmas. He reminds js that "...as divine grace, at the appointed time, the Son of God became a child in human history, he took upon himself the rules and the formulas of an existence."
News - 2014
"Christmas invites us to convert first of all our view of the source of our salvation, that is, the solution to the problems that daily life presents us." A letter from Julian Carrón during Christmas season.
Monsignor Albacete on Christmas season. Christ's becoming man opens a new horizon for existence since "...his glory no one can see unless healed by the humility of His flesh."
An address from Pope Francis to the European Parliment on Tuesday, November 2014. He speaks of unity, human dignity, being as a relationship, and the duty of Europe to protect her citizens.
In this letter Fr. Carron remembers the life of the late Fr. Lorenzo Albacete. He recalls Albacete's witness that "...faith can become “intelligence of reality,” with his ability to recognize and embrace anyone without ambiguity..."
A close friend recounts the life of a man whose friendship with Fr. Giussani generated a new flourishing of the Movement in America.
In this homily given on Sunday, 19 October 2014 in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis reminds the church of the value in "...acknowledging and professing – in the face of any sort of power – that God alone is the Lord of mankind, that there is no other."
"To overcome the foreignness, the extraneousness of the other is one of the deep desires that propel us to learn new languages. Professor of language Damian Bacich analyzes the importance of communication and language.
It was February 11, 2013, when Benedict XVI announced his resignation, a decision that left the world agape. Why was it so striking? What consequences did it have in the Church? One year later Pope Benedict’s decision continues to surprise us.
We share with you an interview with Julian Carrón published in the Italian daily Avvenire on the vigil of this important event, that is an opportunity to “return to the essential, to the newness that Christianity has brought into the world.”
“Ordinary people with ordinary lives, who show us the few things that are necessary to live.” The producers of the video for the anniversary of Communion and Liberation recount the adventure of the past year, and give us a peek “behind the scenes.”
A director recalls the journey towards making a documentary film about the Movement around the world. "I desired to tell this story, a kind of aesthetic of the life of the Movement, in all of its drama and beauty."
Paige Sanchez defines the heart and mission of the Catholic school.
Why do we go to school? What and how should we be taught? A high school teacher introduces the importance of "the true, the beautiful and the good" in the classroom amidst an educational system "rooted in the practical and pragmatic."
A reflection on "Common Core" and the American Education system.
An Invocation for Peace from the Vatican Gardens by Pope Francis June 8th, 2014.
With his surprise invitation to the Israeli and Palestinian leaders, Francis undermined every scheme, including politics. Thus, opening the path toward a peace that is “to be built day by day like an artisan.”
The meeting at the Saint Peter Gardens in Rome was not a diplomatic one, yet it has the strength of a radical gesture, in which are found the Pope’s nature and our need.
Homily at Mass for the Opening of the Extraordinary Synod on the Family by Pope Francis on Sunday October 5th, 2014.
Pope Francis' Homily on the Occasion of the Canonization of Blessed John XXIII and John Paul II on April 27th 2014.
Pope Francis' meditation prior to the recitation of the Regina Coeli in Saint Peter's Square on Monday 21, 2014.