"Why do we seek a Face? Who has never experienced that sense of powerlessness that emerges from the depth of our experience?" Fr. Carrón's message on the occasion of the 2019 Macerata-Loreto pilgrimage.
News - 2019 - Page 5
As we await the June issue of Traces, we publish the Close-Up, a dialogue between Carrón and a group of Italian university students involved in student government.
What is happening in Europe? How have the faithful been challenging themselves? How can we re-propose the faith in this context? We publish Carrón's interview with French magazine La Croix.
We announce the theme of the 2020 New York Encounter, "Crossing the Divide." The event will take place in Manhattan on February 14-16.
The author of Giussani’s biography looks back on his ten stops in the United States and Canada to present the book’s American edition. People describe what the charism has to offer for men and women today as we face an unprecedented crisis.
The general assembly of the Missionaries of Saint Charles has re-elected Fr. Paolo Sottopietra as its superior general. Also nominated were Fr. Emanuele Silanos as vicar, and Fr. Andrea D’Auria and Fr. Stefano Tenti as advisors.
We publish the obituary text signed by Fr. Julián Carrón on behalf of Communion and Liberation on the occasion of the passing of Jean Vanier alongside a video interview by Vanier for the 2015 New York Encounter.
In Fr. Giussani’s thought, everything revolves around Jesus’ incarnation. The Corriere della Sera published an excerpt from Carrón's preface to the recently released Giussani book, La verità nasce dalla carne.
At BergamoIncontra, Julián Carrón concluded his series on Luigi Giussani's The Religious Sense. We publish his interview with the Eco di Bergamo.
We publish the text of Julián Carrón's introduction to the 2019 Fraternity Exercises titled"What Can Withstand the Test of Time." The full text of the exercises will be released alongside the June issue of Traces.
We publish Fr. Julián Carrón's greeting to the high school students attending the GS Triduum retreat in Rimini, Italy.
"The saints are people whose whole humanity has been taken up into this relationship with Jesus Christ." At the last Crossroads event in New York City, Fr. Solanus Benfatti and Lisa Lickona discussed what makes one a saint.
In light of the parliamentary elections in May, we publish the Communion and Liberation flyer on the elections. Where do we begin again?
For one day, the world spoke of nothing besides a church. The sadness of people, not only the believers, revealed a strange nostalgia. It is a sign of something indelible.
We propose an article written by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI for the Corriere della Sera on the current sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church. Read the full text.
What can the method of Fr. Giussani bring to our lives? To this question speak the experiences of those living the charism in South and Central America. In Brazil, the first Equipe of college students and the Responsible's Assembly.
We propose Pope Francis' recent exhortation, "Christus Vivit," dedicated "to young people and to the entire people of God." Read the full text.
How to begin again in the general unease that seems to dominate life? The New York Encounter 2019 posed this question to speakers and attendees, and what was revealed was an irreducible core able to make us protagonists again.
"What does it mean to you to become aware of your true need? What does this introduce into your life?" We publish the notes from the national assembly on the Food Banks.
The artwork featured in this year's Easter poster portrays Christ and the apostles from the life of Christ frescoes in the Church of Santa Margherita, Belluno, Italy.
What does the faith have to say before the massacre in the two New Zealand mosques? Read the flyer by the CL Malaysian community.