The homily of the Most Rev John Wilson, Archbishop of Southwark, during Mass for the centennial of Fr. Giussani's birth. St George’s Cathedral, Southwark, London, February 25, 2022.
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The statement released by the movement regarding the conflict. "We are with all those who are working to stop the horror of this war. But how fragile is the desire for peace if it does not become a task, a daily responsibility."
The homily of Monsignor Santoro, Metropolitan Archbishop of Taranto, during Mass for the centennial of Fr. Giussani's birth. Parish of Santa Rita, February 22, 2022.
The homily of Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, during Mass for the centenary of Fr. Giussani's birth. New York Encounter, February 20, 2022.
The homily of Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, Archbishop of Bologna, at Mass for the centenary of Fr. Giussani's birth. Saint Peter's Cathedral, Bologna, Tuesday 22 February 2022.
The Pope's appeal for the Day of Fasting on Ash Wednesday. And the statement of the Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, following the invasion.
The homily of Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti, archbishop of Perugia-Città della Pieve and president of the Italian Bishops' Conference, during Mass for the centennial of the birth of the founder of CL. Cathedral of Perugia, Monday, February 21, 2022.
The homily of Cardinal Angelo De Donatis, Vicar of the Diocese of Rome, at the Mass for the centenary of the birth of the founder of CL. Basilica of St. John Lateran, February 20, 2022.
Celebrations for the centennial of Fr. Giussani's birth and the fortieth anniversary of the pontifical recognition of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
Presentations, round-table discussions, exhibits and performances, the New York Encounter returns February 18–20. An opportunity to encounter those who face the most unsettling questions.
The Pope Emeritus responds to the abuse allegations in Archdiocese of Munich and Freising. "We publicly implore the living God to forgive the sins we have committed through our most grievous fault."
The photo taken of her whilst begging the military to stop the violence has gone viral around the world, and the BBC named her among its 100 women of 2021. A year after the coup, we spoke with Sister Ann Rose Nu Thawng.
The political crisis and a context that pushes those who live there to close themselves within the fences of their own identity. From the January issue of Tracce, hope for Lebanon is one of the projects supported by the AVSI Tents Campaign.
The words of the President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, to the Movement (video conference from Milan, January, 19, 2022).
The Eurasian CL communities joined together for a moment of song and prayer, following the Pope's intention. "In such a delicate moment, our gaze must be turned towards the person of Christ.”
We join the Pope's heartfelt appeal in response to the tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and his proposal for a day of prayer on Wednesday, January 26: "Every political action and initiative may serve human brotherhood, rather than partisan interests.”
The words of Davide Prosperi on the accusations made against the Pope Emeritus in a report on pedophilia in the German diocese of Munich.
One of the three projects supported by AVSI's Tents Campaign in Latin America, alongside projects in Brazil and Mexico. The opportunity to invest "in rekindling the hope" of a people.
An excerpt from the National Seminar of Families for Hospitality, during which a dialogue was held with theologian Javier Prades.
“Does the insistence of the Christian tradition on the salvific value of the flesh still make any sense? And if so, why? On the Feast of the Epiphany recently celebrated, we meet three characters.” Prosperi's article from Corriere della Sera.
In Kampala, where schools have been closed for almost two years, a very special form of distance learning has been set up: lessons in the street and handouts delivered to homes. A project born during lockdown and by the AVSI Tents Campaign.