News - 2020 - Page 4

The 2019 pilgrimage to Czestochowa

Life presses on

Current EventsJulián Carrón

"The fact we cannot make the pilgrimage to Czestochowa has not erased the irreducible need that inspires it." Summer proposal for high school and college graduates.

“Caro cardo salutis”

Current Events

Translations of Chapter 3 of Fr. Julián Carrón's book The radiance in your eyes - What saves us from nothingness?

A “strange" joy that cannot be explained

Current EventsSilvia Guidi

An online presentation of Un evento nella vita dell'uomo [An Event in the life of man], Fr. Giussani’s most recently published book in Italian. Carmine Di Martino retraces the provocations that Giussani put forward in the 1991-1993 Fraternity Exercises.

Emanuele Sanguineti e Carmine Di Martino (on the left)
Emmanuele Forlani, Director of the Meeting (Photo: Roberto Masi)

Meeting 2020: The program launch

Current EventsLuca Fiore

As announced, it will be a "blended" edition: partially live and partially online. Everything, however, will be visible online, from all over the world. President Scholz and Director Forlani have revealed this year's topics and guests.

Emmanuele Forlani and Bernhard Scholz, President of the Meeting
GS students in Brazil on Zoom

Brazil: If our heart is not in quarantine

Current EventsGiovanna Ottoni

A cultural evening promoted by a group of GS students via Zoom. An evening not of entertainment, but of provocation and for the “bombardment of desire".

The invitation for the online event

Books for GS: Chosen for great things

CultureSara Tosi

Her family wished a good marriage for Catherine, a quiet life. But the Lord calls her when she is only six, so that she might shake the life of the powerful upon earth. One of the books recommended to GS students for the summer.

Arlene Gallagher, Rebekah Lamb and Julián Carrón

“A festival of humanity”

Current EventsMichela Young

In a presentation of the English translation of "Reawakening Our Humanity", the book's provocations were placed at the centre of a dialogue to better understand what questions have emerged in this period, and how they can be sustained.

Luxembourg: the charity “bouncers”

Current EventsPaolo Perego

Simone and his friends have lived in Luxembourg for some years now. During lockdown, they realized that there is a food distribution service for the poor in the parish. It is an opportunity to resume charitable work, and to learn again what it really is.

José Luis Álvarez Palacio

The bubble and a different logic

Current EventsSilvia Guidi

A group of ambassadors to the Holy See asked Julián Carrón to discuss the themes of Reawakening Our Humanity with them. A rich and profound conversation. We spoke about it with the Ecuadorian representative José Luis Álvarez Palacio.

Lisbon

Portugal: “Confront my questions, without fear”

Current Events

A Portuguese presentation of Reawakening Our Humanity will take place today. Manuel, 18 years old, after reading it during quarantine, told his friends about it. Here is what he said, and the dialogue that followed.

The presentation in Paraguay

Paraguay: "The richness of our fragility”

Current EventsNora Gauto de Meyer

A three-way dialogue on “Reawakening Our Humanity” between various protagonists from Paraguay’s political and cultural landscape, to better understand where to find answers to so many questions at this time.

Baldwin and Race

CultureRose Tomassi

An introduction to James Baldwin and his considerations on race, written for those who were joining in the preparation of the James Baldwin exhibition at the New York Encounter 2020.

Presentation of "Reawakening Our Humanity"

Current Events

An English presentation of Reawakening Our Humanity, with Fr. Julián Carrón and contributions from Rebekah Lamb and Arlene Gallagher, moderated by Giuseppe Pezzini.

Macerata-Loreto. Carrón: "Life as vocation"

Current EventsJulián Carrón

On the eve of the 42nd Pilgrimage, which this year will be in the form of a pilgrimage on the evening of June 13, the message of the President of the Fraternity of CL.

'Woman with a veil', exhibited in Rome

Raphael: The Great sweetness

CultureGiuseppe Frangi

He died young, five hundred years ago. A short life, but with an intense and precocious artistic fecundity. After the lockdown, a great exhibition on the artist re-opens in Rome, an opportunity to see his work free from stereotypes.