Fr. Julián Carrón reflected on the verse from Ezekiel at the Fraternity Exercises, noting the audacity with which the prophets described the covenant between the Lord and Israel.
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One Year ago, Pope Francis' historic visit shattered many assumptions, including assumptions about faith and politics. Since then, what has changed? And what is at stake in the race between Hillary and Trump?
He has spoken at the Meeting five times, and he will be in Rimini once again. ”It’s a relationship that becomes integrated with the work we do every day at Notre Dame.”
Since 2012 he has been taking part in the Meeting, where he has discovered a place in which dialogue is “free from any rhetoric” and ideas become a “living reality.”
"What is the characteristic that runs through this long history and increasingly dominates? “Lord, you know everything, you know that I love you” ..."the search for the beloved""
A few days after the Brexit decision, the CL community of prepared a judgment that points to a challenge: "Is the other good or not?"
Francesco Ognibene interviewed Father Julian Carrón on the letter to the bishops of the Church signed by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
They’ve come from 12 countries around the continent, but the gathering in Nairobi, for the Assembly of CL leaders, is without ethnicity, race or age. Because where you find happiness, you also find “the source.”
Three long processes which began after the Second World War have led the “community of fate” to a crisis. An internationally renowned legal scholar, European by adoption, explains why.
Ending with the key concept of “discernment:” how is the conscience formed? Passages from the presentation by the Archbishop of Vienna, which the Pope suggested to keep in mind while reading the Exhortation.
"I wanted to witness to the Pope our desire to follow him, to become ever more one with his gaze on men and women, and on the world." Fr. Julian Carrón met His Holiness Pope Francis in a private audience on April 14, 2016.
An article on education in America originally published in Aleteia. “What you need is a teacher who has an affection for you, for who you are, and who is willing to walk with you through the difficulties of life”.
Death Penalty Referendum: A Judgement from Nebraska."The closer we get to mass incarceration and extreme levels of punishment, the more I believe it's necessary to recognize that we all need mercy,we all need justice, and some measure of unmerited grace.”
Four days before of the release of Pope Francis’ keenly anticipated document on the family, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York is urging the Catholic world to keep its eyes on the prize.
"Sometimes this question comes to me: 'Has the Lord left us? Where is the Lord?' This is a moment in which the faith is mightily shaken from its roots for all of us, little flock that is left in Aleppo." We publish Fr. Alsabagh's letter after the bombing.
Three days of presentations, exhibits, and performances in the pursuit of answering man’s true question. We took part in a public event that is the crossroads for the life of CL in the United States to see what generates it and the effect it has.
The importance of Grace, forgiveness, and community are at the heart of the Gospel asking us "to acknowledge what is human." We publish the portrait of a Pulitzer writer that pushed President Obama to make a pointed question about faith.
John Waters, an Irish journalist, visited the impoverished communities in Africa. His journey resulted in the exhibit "Generating Beauty: New Beginnings at the Ends of the World," a highlight at the 2016 New York Encounter.
Pope Francis delivered a message on the occasion of World Day of Prayer for the care of creation, on the theme “We show mercy to our common home.”
Gunshots out in the streets. Assistance to families. Contemplation and prayer in a tortured land, where the search for a glimmer of beauty seems . madness... It’s life at the Trappist Monastery of Azeir, Syria, built by Christians, Shiites, and Sunnis.
Praised be You, my Lord, through Sister Water, who is very useful and humble and precious and chaste. (The Canticle of the Sun, St. Francis of Assisi)