Raphaella Wang, Jen-Chuan, Lucy, Rebecca Tsai and Kun-Li. Some "portraits" from the CL community in Taiwan that are included in the exhibition for the presentation of the Chinese edition of Why the Church.
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The topics, the faces, the App to book exhibitions and meeting, the pavilion for kids and sports... A month to go until the Rimini event, we take stock of the new edition with the director, Emmanuele Forlani.
The European Youth Conference was held in Prague. Among the organizers of the event was David Macek, who recounts how it came about and his surprise at the Pope's message.
"To understand we have to look where there is something truly new." A Canadian friend recounts how the Pope's "penitential pilgrimage" among the indigenous communities has provoked him. Their pain, and the "encounter".
The words of Pope Francis during the meeting with indigenous peoples at the Maskwacis cemetery in Edomonton, where some of the victims of residential schools in Canada were remembered.
Chesterton's "The Surprise," Giovanni Scifoni's Saints, Roberto Mercadini's Leonardo and Michelangelo. Plus the Sinopoli Youth Orchestra and a tribute to Claudio Chieffo... The theatre and music shows on the agenda at the Rimini Meeting.
Thirteen exhibitions covering the most diverse themes: the centenary of Giussani, Pessoa, Families for Hospitality, science, photography... Here is what we will find among the pavilions of the Rimini Meeting.
A challenge issued by the Patriarch, Monsignor Pizzaballa, to the members of movements and new communities in the Holy Land, from which a dialogue was born that has become a moment of community and friendship.
The annual pilgrimage to Czestochowa for high school graduates, university near and new graduates of CL is replaced this year by a day at the Basilica of the Holy House on July 19. Here are the Davide Prosperi's words to the young people taking part.
"Christianity was not born to found a religion; it was born as a passion for man." Fr. Giussani's speech at the 1985 Rimini Meeting, from which the title of the 2022 edition is taken: "A passion for man."
A preview of the interview with Davide Prosperi in Città Nuova. The full text will appear shortly.
Giovanni Paolo Ramonda, leader of the Pope John XXIII Community, and the President of the Fraternity of CL, Davide Prosperi, dialogued about the book "Against War" by Pope Francis.
The contribution of the President of the fraternity of CL at the theological conference held June 20th at the Pontifical Lateran University, which helps to “look more deeply at what co-essentiality between charism and institution means.”
“Anticipation of vacation is evidence of the will to live; for just this reason it must not be ‘vacation’ from oneself. Then summer will not be an interruption or a postponement of taking life seriously.” (June 5, 1964)
Davide Prosperi's message for the ordinations of the Fraternity of St. Charles. "Christ offers us a life that does not die in eternity! Thus life is Him What else can attract us if not this?"
Pope Francis' homily during the concluding Mass of the 10th World Meeting of Families. "We must never forget that the family is the first place where we learn to love."
The Texas massacre, the media storm, the suffering of young people, and the hundred college students vacationing on the slopes of Longs Peak, Colorado. A professor speaks of the "hope in this world" that he saw in them.
The introduction of the Spiritual Exercises of the Fraternity of CL, preached by Fr. Mauro-Giuseppe Lepori.
The homily of Monsignor Filippo Santoro, Archbishop of Taranto, during mass for the twenty-third anniversary of the death of Enzo Piccinini on May 29.
The message of Davide Prosperi, President of the Fraternity of CL, on the occasion of the Macerata˗Loreto Pilgrimage, June 11, 2022.
From Mozambique to Cambridge, stories and testimonies from the Spiritual Exercises of the Fraternity of CL, entitled: "Christ, Life of Life," and followed by communities in over ninety nations.