What happened in Russia on February 16 reopened a wound that we were getting used to. And it reminded everyone again that “nothing exists without freedom.” After the death of the opposition leader, here is the provocation that his life represents.
Current Events - 2024
Technological developments that revolutionize everyday reality: What becomes of the human after having delegated many functions to the computer? In February Traces, Miguel Benasayag, psychoanalyst and neurophysiologist, provides answers.
The New York Encounter 2024 kicks off on Friday, February 16. Among the protagonists at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan is an exhibition dedicated to AI. Curator Davide Bolchini explains what it touches upon and how it came about.
The 46th National Day for Life celebrated by the Italian Church. The contribution of the President of the Fraternity in a special issue of the newspaper Avvenire on February 4.
The testimony of Alberto Reggiori, a surgeon on a mission on the Italian ship Vulcano to provide aid to Palestinians fleeing the Gaza Strip.
The recognition of St. Francis, the first of its kind, by the Government of the autonomous territory of South East China. It is news that is "to be welcomed with cautious optimism", as Father Bernardo Cervellera, PIME missionary, explains.
The attack on a church in Istanbul on Sunday morning was just the latest event "in the escalation of violence in the region”, which does not only concern Ankara and its surroundings. The Apostolic Vicar of Anatolia speaks.
Israel and Palestine, on either side stories of pain and death chase each other. Yet there are still those who manage to affirm a different logic, which starts with compassion and prayer. "In order not to stop believing that peace is possible."
The environmental emergency is linked to migration, exploitation, unemployment, the struggle for resources that triggers conflict and generates poverty. Simona Beretta speaks about it in the January issue of Tracce.
In Russia, December 25 is an ordinary day (Christmas is celebrated on 7 January). But the CL community in the capital still wanted to get together to celebrate with testimonies, songs and mulled wine, together with Catholic and Orthodox friends.
The desire of young people to become parents, the uncertain reality that discourages it. Yet "giving birth to children and welcoming them is a 'taking care of the world'". A contribution by Luca Sommacal, President of Families for Hospitality.
Davide Prosperi's message to the Communion and Liberation movement on the death of Jesús Carrascosa.
The Kyiv-based philosopher reflects on the contrast between the Feast of the Incarnation and the ongoing violence in conflict-affected countries. “Certain events weigh much more heavily in the judgement of history than the shadows of the pharaohs.”