On the morning of January 31, Fr. Carrón's mother, Ms. Andrea Pérez, passed away. Fr. Carrón wished to personally inform his friends in the Movement with the following message.
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In light of the death of Pulitzer-Prize winning poet Mary Oliver, we revisit the essence of her work which re-orients the heart towards a reality pregnant with meaning.
The communities of Northern Europe gathered in Reading, west of London, for a weekend with Julián Carrón. They spoke about work, family, the drama of death. It helped everyone face the challenges that do not spare anyone in our society.
A short overview of the January 2019 issue of Traces, "The Charity that Builds."
Fr. Julián Carrón, Joseba Arregi, and Mikel Azurmendi present Azurmendi's book, "El Abrazo."
"Migrants are not just numbers. They are people, personal stories."An interview with Fr. Julián Carrón on "Il Corriere della Sera."
There are still eleven days to sign up to volunteer for the 2019 New York Encounter which will take place on February 15-17, 2019.