A collection of texts dedicated to students by Father Julián Carrón will be presented in Italian bookstores. They are a tool to be used to prepare for the Synod this Fall. We publish Carrón’s introduction to the book.
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Today the new papal document "on the call to holiness in today's world" was presented in Rome.
"We were truly a people. The cries of our hearts sang in unison. And the direction of our gaze was transfixed by the ultimate sign of contradiction: the Cross." A reflection on the 2018 Way of the Cross over the Brooklyn Bridge.
"Do we want to share in this message of life or do we prefer simply to continue standing speechless before events as they happen?" Pope Francis' homily for the Easter Vigil mass.
Fr. Julián Carrón's message to the High School students who participated to the GS Easter Triduum.
Among the dialogues and encounters with people of culture, managers, and people committed at different levels of society was the discovery “that good enters the world starting from the freedom of each person.”
Fr. Julián Carrón's "Disarming Beauty" was selected as a 2017 Foreword Reviews Indies Award Finalist in the Religion category.
A veteran who, after years, returns to be amazed, a seventy-year-old new to CL, and stories of violence in Mexico and of starvation in Venezuela in the report of the annual assembly with Julián Carrón and the responsibles in Latin America.
“In the midst of the deterioration of values and vicious conflicts that assail humankind, I think that the presence of believers is indispensable for society.” A commentary by Pilar Rahola, who presented "Disarming Beauty" with Julián Carrón in May.
On the fifth anniversary of the election of Pope Francis, we offer an annotated reading of Evangelii Gaudium to help grasp the essence his "programmatic text" and today's task for all men and women.
In light of today's publication of the new editions of Msgr. Luigi Giussani's "Realtà e Giovinezza. La Sfida," we publish Fr. Julián Carrón's preface to the text.
Today, February 23, Pope Francis' Special Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace invites us to remember the Democratic Republic of Congo and of South Sudan.
On February 22, 2005, the founder of CL passed away. Ten years later, Pope Francis welcomed all pilgrims reminding them of "the good that this man did for [him] and for [his] priestly life."
The 2018 Easter poster image is Eugène Burnand's "The disciples Peter and John running to the tomb on the morning of the resurrection," currently at the Musee d'Orsay, Paris.
In late May, Irish voters will be called to decide on the eighth amendment to the Constitution: What decrees the equality of the right to life of mothers and unborn children? We published a message written by the CL community in Ireland.
What does it mean to be a “teacher” today? A conference with Julián Carrón marks 40 years since Fr. Giussani’s "The Risk of Education" was published. A discussion full of life and the reasons for life.
A group of university students from North America worked together for a year on an exhibit on Fr. Luigi Giussani. The result was 21 panels showing how his experience continues to shape theirs today through an ongoing companionship.
Last Friday on February 2, Fr. Julián Carrón was received in audience by Pope Francis. This is the letter that was written to the Fraternity of Communion & Liberation after his encounter with the Holy Father.
"May the light of Christ rising in glory dispel the darkness of our hearts and minds." Pope Francis' Lenten message to the faithful deemed this time a "sacramental sign of our conversion."
The president of Communion & Liberation explain to VaticanNews themes of their conversation. "He encouraged us to continue with our efforts, [...] he believes this education is especially important [...] when young people are living in a “liquid society”.
From January 12-14 the tenth edition of the New York Encounter will be held at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan. This year the event is titled "An 'Impossible' Unity." Read the message of Pope Francis, sent by Cardinal Pietro Parolin.