This meeting is part of a cycle of video interviews, produced by the magazine Tracce for the 2021 Meeting. A dialogue with the Hungarian writer who survived the Holocaust.
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The meeting on the Meeting's theme with Javier Prades, Rector of the San Damaso University of Madrid. Introduced by Bernhard Scholz, President of the Meeting for Friendship Among Peoples Foundation.
Paolo Carozza, Director of the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies; Joshua Mitchell, Professor of Political Theory, Georgetown University; Maurizio Molinari, Director of La Repubblica. Introduced by Martina Saltamacchia.
The words of Cardinal Pietro Parolin with the Holy Father's greeting addressed to the participants, volunteers and organizers of the Rimini Meeting that opens today.
Speech by Sergio Mattarella, President of the Italian Republic. Introduction by Bernhard Scholz, President of the Meeting for Friendship Among Peoples Foundation.
The homily of Javier Prades at the funeral of Mikel Azurmendi, celebrated on August 9: "To be prepared in life is an attitude of those who live on a path of continuous learning, of continuous readiness."
On August 6, feast of the Transfiguration, Mikel Azurmendi passed away. The words of the leader of CL, who offers everyone the letter in which his great friend asked to join the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
The president of CL updates members and friends of the movement on the steps taken, and those that will follow, to respond to the Decree addressed to the associations and movements of the faithful.
The challenge of secularization, TV series, Tolkien, Pasolini, Rose's women... A peak at the exhibitions at this year’s Rimini Meeting, which can be visited both online and in person, by booking through the Rimini Meeting App.
Notes from the assembly of CL communities in Eurasia with Fr. Carrón, a “long-distance dialogue” catalyzed by the challenge posed by Rosa Montero in El País. What makes the here and now a beginning and not the end? From July/August 'Traces'.
The First World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly, scheduled for Sunday, July 25, promoted by the Holy Father and the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life.
Just a few weeks left to the opening of the 42nd edition of the Rimini event, but it is not too early for a taste of what is to come. A brief look at what ‘shows’ are in this year’s program.
The 42nd edition will open its doors on August 20. On Tuesday, in the Italian Embassy to the Holy See, President Bernhard Scholz and other guests discussed what we will find in Rimini.
A dialogue between Fr. Pigi Banna and writer Eraldo Affinati at the Loano Pre Meeting. The topic was the relationship with young people, both in and outside of school, struggling with the difficulties and the novelties brought on by the pandemic.
A dialogue between Julián Carrón and philosopher Costantino Esposito at the Loan Pre Meeting on Carrón’s latest book, "Is There Hope?".
The message for the ordinations of the Fraternity of St. Charles. "In such a delicate moment for the life of the world, the Church and of our movement, your “yes” places before our eyes the mysterious and irreducible power of God’s method."
On June 16, Pope Francis concluded the second part of the catechetical cycle on prayer. "Stronger than any argument to the contrary, in the heart of man there is a voice that cries out."
The Fraternity of CL will grant two awards for theses that help promote the knowledge of the founder's work. Those who are finishing a Master's degree or doctorate can apply.
The Fraternity of CL joins the appeal to the Italian Government and Parliament for Italy to sign the "Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons", as repeatedly requested by the Pope. Here is the document and the list of signatories.
The provocation of a well-known Spanish journalist. She sees the crowds return to the streets at night, the burning desire to possess life. But how many go to bed happy? Why do we not learn from what happens? (from El País, May 23 2021).
The words of Pope Francis during his call to the "virtual" pilgrims on their way to the Holy House. The secret to walking well? "Looking towards the horizon, but not walking alone. Helping each other".