Two American intellectuals on opposing political fronts came together in an appeal for "the search for truth and freedom of thought." The last video of the series "Not too much to ask - No es demasiado pedir - Not too much to ask".
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In a world devastated by the pandemic, pain, death and disease do not have the last word. The testimonies of four women from Syria, Russia, Venezuela and Uganda.
The Rimini Meeting is also live in 85 Italian cities and 25 countries around the world, because of the personal initiative of many. As happened in Moscow and Porto San Paolo, Sardinia. With even a loudspeaker on a car in the streets...
The audacity of wonder, from Giussani's questions to an expedition at eight thousand meters. The Meeting's four exhibitions and the ways to see them, both physically and at a distance, or only in a digital format.
Philosopher Umberto Galimberti, a guest for the first time at the Meeting, and psychiatrist Eugenio Borgna talk about the great questions that arise from today's life. Moderated by Costantino Esposito.
Is there a hope that does not depend solely on more favourable circumstances? How can the desire for a better future not be disappointed? The talk by Julián Carrón, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
The adaptation of Dostoevsky's masterpiece with actor Mario Sala, introduced by Tatjana Kasatkina, from the Russian Academy of Science and commentary by students from Modena and Moscow.
Joseph Weiler, University Professor at NYU Law School and Senior Fellow at the Center for European studies at Harvard. Introduced by Bernhard Scholz, President Fondazione Meeting.
Journalist Fernando De Haro interviews philosopher, anthropologist and Spanish writer Mikel Azurmendi.
Scott F. Gilbert, Emeritus Howard A. Schneiderman Professor of Biology, Swarthmore College. Introduced by Giorgio Dieci, Professor of Biochemistry, Università degli Studi di Parma.
Mario Draghi, Former President of the BCE (European Central Bank) Introduced by Bernhard Scholz, President of the Meeting for friendship among peoples.
This year's theme "poses a decisive challenge for Christians, who are called to witness the deep attractive force of the beauty of faith, «the attraction of Jesus»." The Pope's message to the Rimini Meeting.
A very different edition, aimed at sharing ideas about all the questions of our time. And at learning what can “sustain us in rebuilding.” In Traces, Bernhard Scholz describes what it means to accept the challenge posed by the Meeting's title.
In Peru, the presentation of “Reawakening Our Humanity” with Fr. Carrón, artist Ivonne Labrousse and geologist Fredesbindo Vásquez. A frank and direct discussion. “Where can we look for this gaze you talk about?”
Is quarantine a prison or a window onto the world? A group of friends has not missed the chance presented by lockdown to go to the depth of their experience. A small website was born. And a dialogue that has crossed borders.
The roar, the race to find friends and colleagues, between the rubble and destruction. And fear that returns like a ghost from the past. Rony is Lebanese and works for Avsi, which just launched a fundraiser. His account of Tuesday's tragedy.
The Holy See has just announced the appointment of the Comboni missionary as Apostolic Vicar of Alexandria. He returns to the place where he lived for twelve years and where he saw works and great friendships flourish.
They have always been amongst the pillars of the Rimini Meeting. This year there will be no lack of performances and exhibitions, taking place both online and physically. In reduced form, yes, but certainly not in content.
Julián Carrón’s latest book, The radiance in your eyes – What saves us from nothingness?, is now available online. “An itinerary rooted in an experience and a history, and thus offers a contribution to the search and expectancy of everyone.”
Via video link from Milan, Julián Carrón presented his book "The reawakening of humanity" in a dialogue with entrepreneur Carlos Ferreirinha, addressing the "truest questions of man".
From the opening with former ECB President Mario Draghi, to meetings with Carrón, Bassetti, Azurmendi, Weiler... and many other speakers, exhibitions and performances. An overview of the program of the 2020 “special edition”.