The article of Fr. Julián Carrón, President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation in the publication Avennire of Dec. 22, 2017.
News - 2017
One hundred years ago, on December 22, 1917, an Italian nun who had dreamed of a mission to the Orient died in Chicago. "Your China is the United States," the Pope had told her. Here is her story, from a series published in Traces in 2009.
The following article was published on Catholic Philly on November 28, 2017.
Zacchaeus, the woman with the hemorrhage, and the life and questions of university students, discussed at dinner and during the lessons. “It is a feature of our epoch: unease in front of unease,” but there is another possibility for looking at oneself.
The refugees from Erbil re-turn to their homes. But how can they begin again? Today, in this story written in arms and oil, there is "a decisive front" which also passes through the AVSI Tent Campaign.
The ballot boxes in Honduras open on Sunday, November 26, to elect a President, a Congress and local administrations. And yet, in general disinterest, many will be abstaining. The elections will bring to light our way of being in front of daily life.
Julián Carrón’s eight-day tour across the U.S. and Canada to share the “disarming beauty” of the faith saw encounters with atheists, believers, and people from many different cultures.
In light of the recent presentation on "L'Impegno del Cristiano nel Mondo" in Milan, Italy, we published an excerpt from The Life of Luigi Giussani on the dialogue between theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar and Giussani around which the book is centered.
In the outpost of the post-Christian world, the perspective of Disarming Beauty by Julián Carrón inserted itself into the American debate over the role of Christians, often poised between "culture wars" and isolation. From the September Traces.
A century later, we look at the less-studied reason for the Russian Revolution through a journey begun at the Rimini Meeting with Bulgakov, Frank and their contemporaries. Their "conscious humanity" is precious to us today.
At an assembly, students in Madrid spoke about the referendum. A girl from Barcelona intervened: "I am for independence. But I don't feel like I am defined only by that position."
On September 2, 2017, Pope Francis address the Korean Council of Religious Leaders
This will be the title of the next Meeting of Rimini, which will take place August 19-25, 2018. Here is the final press release of this year's edition.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin sends a Message to the organizers and participants of the 38th Meeting for Friendship Among Peoples.
"Borges described the book that tells the story as “sublime.” Claudel wondered, “Who ever pleaded the cause of man with so much energy?” Here is why the Biblical story challenges our reason as modern women and men. " Article by Jot Down
Interview with Fr. Julián Carrón on Disarming Beauty. "Beauty disarms us from our narrow way of looking at ourselves and at reality; it opens our minds and our eyes to the totality of reality, of the real."
On June 17th, the 4th edition of the London Encounter took place. An occasion for scientists, theologians, and common people to tackle a challenging topic: to look with sympathy at what we can’t foresee.
Fr. Julián Carrón addresses the New priests of the Fraternity of St. Charles Borromeo.
In New York, a dialogue between Dr. Michael Waldestein and Fr. Solanus Benfatti, organized by Crossroads Cultural Center. The fascination and life of Msgr. Giussani, in his relationship between faith and modernity.
In the Boston Pilot, Bishop Robert Barron comments on Pope Francis' numerous talks, sermons, and lectures to priests, seminarians, and bishops, where he mentions Mgsr. Luigi Giussani.
"We will eventually be Christians, not by obligation or tradition, but because of our fascination with Christ." Fr. Julián Carrón was interviewed by Denver Catholic in light of the publication of Disarming Beauty.