A place frozen in time. But where things previously impossible are now happening. Strategic meetings over global politics. A new openness to the Church, and in the Church. Including the small CL community and the presentation of Fr. Giussani’s biography.
Current Events - 2017 - Page 2
A surprising friendship is discovered among the frenetic London pace. A friendship among people that does not limit or isolate, but rather "illuminates everything".
Forty years after the first Italian edition was printed, Fr. Giussani’s Risk of Education has become a method for 25,000 teachers from Uganda to South Sudan and even Jordan. Here’s how.
At the Meeting of Rimini, there was an exhibit on Brazilian prisons run by the prisoners. What is their secret? The leader of APAC, Valdeci Antonio Ferreira, tells why “wagering on freedom” challenges the system.
“This is the future of Africa.” How can a priest say this to the youth standing before him? In mid-February, about one hundred African youth gathered for the Spiritual Exercises. To be free to be theirselves.
The ninth annual New York Encounter took place in an America where the most insidious fear is “not being able to have everything.” From the title (which hits home) to the face-to-face panels on science, faith, post-truth, literature and more…
Crisis. Instability. Unemployment. In a world where change happens quickly, the battle to find one’s place opens up a hundred questions, including for those who are established in their careers. What can we learn from such a challenge?
Interview with Ángel L. Fernández Recuero & Julián Carrón. They speak about politics, reason, and science and explained the roots of the change that is taking place in Western society, with the Enlightenment as the key element.
The curtain has just fallen. But it seems like anything but a finished performance. The 2017 edition of the New York Encounter opened a path of friendship and of hope. Here's what happened.
On the final day of the New York Encounter, Fr. Julián Carrón and Joseph Weiler gave a presentation on Fr. Carrón's book, Disarming Beauty, which will be available in May 2017 published by the University of Notre Dame Press.
From Kampala to Rimini. Marvin, who writes songs, Michelle, who returns because “this is where I want to be,” and Arnold, who suffers from an eye disease...