Watch the video of the meeting on religious freedom with Thomas Georgeon, Posultator of the martyrs of Algeria and theologian Javier Prades Lopez.
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Watch the video of the meeting with Greg Lukianoff, expert on education in America and Martina Saltamacchia, Professor of Medieval History in Omaha (Nebraska).
“The One who is life’s hope is among us. We will be “original” if our faces are the mirror of the face of the risen Christ.” The message of Francis for the 40th edition of the Rimini Meeting.
The recent mass shootings in the United States are the latest in a stream of blood with deep roots that we must look into.
The bishop of Parintins tells us about the Our Lady of Graces Education Center’s Youth Vacation. The students were invited to take several days to learn about Pope Francis’ Laudato si’ in preparation for the upcoming Synod of Bishops.
We publish a flyer written by the Puerto Rico CL community at the beginning of the protests which led to the governor's resignation.
A bond with God, discovered deep within, is the source of freedom in any situation, even prison. The life of Etty Hillesum will be the subject of one of the exhibits at the Meeting of Rimini.
In light of the publication of the new edition of "The Risk of Education," this year's annual Giussani Series on Faith and Modernity focused on Giussani's vision of Christian education. The panel featured John Zucchi and Timothy O'Malley.
After the passing of Vincent Lambert, His Holiness Pope Francis expressed his grief over Lambert's death and entrusted him to the hands of God. Read the full article on Vatican News.
In light of the upcoming pilgrimage to Czestochowa (August 3-14) we publish the words of Fr. Julián Carrón for the occasion.
“Anticipation of vacation is evidence of the will to live; for just this reason it must not be ‘vacation’ from oneself. Then summer will not be an interruption or a postponement of taking life seriously.” (June 5, 1964)
We publish a review of the late Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete's posthumous "What is Christianity?" recently published by Human Adventure Books.
Following the news of the murder of a young woman by her son, Giuseppe attempted to understand the root of his pain and the pain of others. From his work came a written judgement that reached hundreds of people and touched many hearts.
The research of late professor Andrew Tallon is serving as a scaffold for expert investigations on the Notre Dame fire. But Tallon was much more than a prestigious art historian. His witness of love for Christ shines as an example of concrete holiness.
On June 22, the Fraternity of Saint Charles Borromeo ordinations took place. We publish the message of Fr. Carrón to the new priests and deacons.
On May 24-30, university students from the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico gathered in Colorado for the annual CLU vacation. The focus of the six days was "the impact with the real."
On May 31, a crowd of about seventy gathered to listen to a panel discussion with Jostein Solheim and Nuno Teles. The theme of the event was life, purpose, and the workplace.
The Chinese translation of the second of the three volumes of Fr. Giussani’s "Pathway" was presented in Taipei. In a society where Christ is barely known, the challenge to reason takes the stage: “Is that man really God?”
The announcement was made at the Mass for the 20th anniversary of the death of the surgeon from Emilia-Romagna. Camisasca: “He was conquered by Christ and became a conqueror.” Carrón: “One of the most beautiful fruits from the tree of Father Giussani.”
On June 22 at the Sheen Center in New York City, Timothy O'Malley and John Zucchi will be speaking at the annual Luigi Giussani Series on Faith and Modernity.
The societal crisis and the role of the Church. "Man needs to be embraced in the full 'density of his humanity.'" We publish an interview with Fr. Carrón from the Osservatore Romano.