"I invite you, in this new stage of our story, to renew the desire to walk together toward destiny, toward Christ who won us over, in order to become children of Fr. Giussani more and more." A letter from Julián Carrón.
News - 2014 - Page 2
The Rajoy government proposal to reverse the law legalizing abortion as a right has begun a painful debate. The author tells about the experience of the local CL community, which is trying to face the issue without censuring any facts.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s pontificate asks “What is God showing us or asking us to change?" For Guzmán Carriquiry, Secretary of Latin America's Pontifical Commission, the Pope is a continual surprise. Here, we retrace and foresee the Pope's steps.
We visited Maidan Square, where history began speeding by. After the protests, the guerrilla warfare, and the deaths, the country is changing. But the people we met have already changed. Here’s why.
Homily of Pope Francis February 22, 2014.
Address of Pope Francis to Engaged Couples Preparing for Marriage in St. Peter's Square Friday, February 14 2014.
Letter of Pope Francis to Families on February 2, 2014.
The pressures put on schools is high. Here is a look into those pressures within the educational system and a reintroduction to the fundamental reasons and questions behind schooling.
We interviewed Amel Shamon Nona, The Chaldean archbishop of Mosul on the situation in his city and how the arrival of ISIS has affected his community.
"To the ends of the earth and of existence, destiny has not left man alone." Peace and dialogue, immigration, justice and charity are just a few of the themes that will be tackled at the 2014 Rimini Meeting.
"Vacation is 'the time of freedom,' as Fr. Giussani always reminded us. Freedom to do what?" In this time of leisure, we offer a reflection on the value of free time.
Fifty years have passed since her death in 1964, and next year will be the 90th anniversary of her birth. Flannery O'Connor:
A Socialist father and a Catholic mother, a fascination with Willy Brandt, the rage of a 20-year-old, and the surprise of the Rimini Meeting. The President of the European Parliament tells his story in this article.
We must go back to the situation of the Church in the 1950s to understand the historic importance of the two Popes who are being canonized today. A Church that risked remaining closed in on itself...
What is man? What am I? How Shakespeare's plays profoundly attempt to answer these questions.
"One of the lines of interpretation of the pontificate of John Paul II concerns the political and strategic consequences of his great pastoral mission." On John Paul II.
"Europe was born around a few great words, like person, work, matter, progress, and freedom ... But today all of these words have become empty, or they are gradually losing their original significance. Why?"
"Lisa wanted a new Ukraine, and wherever she goes, one thing is certain: 'For us, the victory is already in the fact that we have woken up.'" A look into the Revolution in Ukraine.
When he least expected it, Marc Beauchamp saw the people promoting euthanasia in Québec in an entirely different light....
He wants young people to be free, and he shows them the way (thus showing the adults, as well).
Our wonder at the encounter must become “an incessant prayer of entreaty.” Here are extracts from the homily of the Archbishop of Milan from the almost 200 Masses celebrated throughout the world to mark the 9th anniversary of of Fr. Giussiani's death.