What recourse is left to us to build a nation for all? A month after the election of the President an answer to the sense of powerlessness: “Freedom cannot be imposed but only offered freely.”
Current Events - 2016
In 2012, the Movement was going through difficult times. Dario Di Vico interviewed Fr. Julián Carrón on Communion and Liberation's political engagement and corruption accusations.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin conveyed His Holiness Pope Francis' message to the thirty-seventh edition of the Rimini Meeting for Friendship Amongst Peoples.
One Year ago, Pope Francis' historic visit shattered many assumptions, including assumptions about faith and politics. Since then, what has changed? And what is at stake in the race between Hillary and Trump?
He has spoken at the Meeting five times, and he will be in Rimini once again. ”It’s a relationship that becomes integrated with the work we do every day at Notre Dame.”
Since 2012 he has been taking part in the Meeting, where he has discovered a place in which dialogue is “free from any rhetoric” and ideas become a “living reality.”
A few days after the Brexit decision, the CL community of prepared a judgment that points to a challenge: "Is the other good or not?"
They’ve come from 12 countries around the continent, but the gathering in Nairobi, for the Assembly of CL leaders, is without ethnicity, race or age. Because where you find happiness, you also find “the source.”
Three long processes which began after the Second World War have led the “community of fate” to a crisis. An internationally renowned legal scholar, European by adoption, explains why.
"I wanted to witness to the Pope our desire to follow him, to become ever more one with his gaze on men and women, and on the world." Fr. Julian Carrón met His Holiness Pope Francis in a private audience on April 14, 2016.
Three days of presentations, exhibits, and performances in the pursuit of answering man’s true question. We took part in a public event that is the crossroads for the life of CL in the United States to see what generates it and the effect it has.
Gunshots out in the streets. Assistance to families. Contemplation and prayer in a tortured land, where the search for a glimmer of beauty seems . madness... It’s life at the Trappist Monastery of Azeir, Syria, built by Christians, Shiites, and Sunnis.