A guest for the first time at the Meeting was Bruno Corà, President of the Foundation named after the great artist to whom one of the most visited exhibitions in Rimini was dedicated.
Culture - 2023
At the Meeting, an Armenian woman bursts into tears in front of images of an ancient Christian monastery restored by the Emir of Sharjah. The video reaches the Emirates and is the beginning of something unimaginable.
On August 21 at the Teatro Galli, a show dedicated to the poems of Giovanni Testori, composed as a commentary on the most famous depictions of Mary Magdalene. From Giotto to Donatello, Masaccio to Caravaggio.
The exhibition in Rimini, the words of young people, the relationship between the Church and artists. The director of the contemporary art collection of the Vatican Museums speaks: "Taking an interest in one's time is everyone's duty.”
One hundred years ago the poetess Wisława Szymborska, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born. Nothing was insignificant for her. What kind of knowledge and certainty emerge in her poems? From the August issue of Traces.
Towards the Rimini Meeting, marked this year by a key word that opens a thousand questions, on which Portuguese Cardinal José Tolentino de Mendonça, author of a book dedicated to this theme, will also speak.
Pope Francis' unusual Apostolic Letter for the 400th anniversary of the birth of the French philosopher and mathematician becomes an opportunity to rediscover this "tireless seeker of truth."
In Rimini, an evening dedicated to Adriana Mascagni, a few months after her passing. To tell of that "encounter that has marked our lives".
The historic dialogue between the Czech and Slovak presidents, meetings at symbolic places of divisions, the Pilgrimage of Reconciliation. This is how the Czech festival became an instrument of the prophecy of peace.
From Burri to energy, from young people to labor, from the Azer Monastery to Péguy. Alessandra Vitez introduces us to this year's proposals. "In each there is a piece of life that leads to rediscovering the generative power of friendship".
An enemy of totalitarianism, an opponent of Hitler, exiled in the United States. For him, knowledge always originates in experience. A portrait of the philosopher whom the future Pius XII would call a "doctor of the Church of the 20th century."
One of the greatest contemporary writers died on June 13, at the age of 89. The Passenger is a metaphysical thriller with provocative questions about the essence of life. From the June issue of Tracce.
Ninety years have passed since the birth of the Catholic Worker Movement in New York. We spoke to Giulia Galeotti about the most significant experience of social Catholicism in the United States and its founders.
A morning full of hope, a path ahead: Friedrich's painting “Easter Morning” on the CL Easter poster. Luca Doninelli discusses the painting in the April issue of Tracce.
War, earthquake, climate change... The latest book by French Dominican Adrien Candiard's draws us closer to the subject of Revelation and humanity's ultimate destiny. Which is not a matter of time...
January 7 marks 150th anniversary of the birth of Charles Péguy. A portrait of the French writer and poet, from childhood to his abandonment of the Church and battles for other ideals. Until his rediscovery of faith, and the "sovereignty of the event".
"True knowledge is being struck by the dart of beauty that wounds man, being touched by reality." From the Traces archive, " we republish the speech of the then Cardinal Ratzinger at the 2002 Rimini Meeting.