A short review of Damien Chazelle's movie "First Man," an account of Neil Armstrong and the events that brought him to the moon. The film is about "a man who truly seeks the infinite."
Culture - 2018
Watch the full video recording of the 2018 Albacete Lecture featuring Dr. D.C. Schindler.
During the 2018 Festival of Friendship, AVSI-USA discussed moving from how we face immigration in the abstract to how we face immigrants--telling real stories of real people.
Among those present will be the Grand Mufti of Egypt and the general Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church. The Italian delegation will also meet the Grand Imam of al-Azhar and the Coptic pope, Tawadros.
On September 20 and 21, 2018, Kansas CL communities along with the founder of the Well-Read-Mom teamed up with parishes to display an exhibit on Dorothy Day.
The archdiocesan news outlet of Kansas City, "The Leaven," featured the Communion and Liberation Dorothy Day exhibit in an article published on September 14, 2018.
An overview of the September 2018 issue of "Traces." Download it today.
On September 28-30, the Festival of Friendship will take place at Pittsburgh’s Trust Arts Education Center. Here is an overview if what's in store.
A review of Alberto Savorana's "The Life of Luigi Giussani" by Alessandro Rovati, professor of Theology at Belmont Abbey College.
Why is the Meeting proposing an exhibit on a book written over 2,000 years ago? What does the biblical figure have to do with the 1968 protests? An appointment with the mystery of pain reveals what happened to reason after Kant killed Kant.
At the June 2018 National Diaconia, Protestant theologian Stanley Hauerwas shared his personal history, his journey of faith, and his appreciation of Fr. Luigi Giussani, in light of the challenges American Christians face today.
What bridges the individual and the cosmos? The Meeting of Rimini will be inaugurated by an adaptation of Paul Claudel’s "The Satin Slipper," bringing to the stage the Christian paradox in which the smallest detail is forever pierced by the eternal.
Even if our knowledge of the universe has reached dizzying heights, 95 percent of the cosmos is still unknown. Still, Pope Francis came to speak at the Vatican Observatory Summer School.
Twenty years after the death of William Congdon, three brothers at the Benedictine monastery known as the Cascinazza speak about life with the great American painter, and how he helped the monks live their vocation.
“In the midst of the deterioration of values and vicious conflicts that assail humankind, I think that the presence of believers is indispensable for society.” A commentary by Pilar Rahola, who presented "Disarming Beauty" with Julián Carrón in May.