The following lesson was given by Fr. Julián Carrón to the CLU responsibles on June 9, 2018.
Current Events - 2018 - Page 2
On August 11-12, 2018, Pope Francis will meet with Italy's young people to pray for the upcoming Synod. Fr. Julián Carrón wrote to the 740 CL students who will participate in a five-day pilgrimage in preparation for this meeting.
This year marked the first summer vacation in Ukraine. Its participants came from various different countries and left with this question: "Would you leave Him for another love?"
We publish an overview of the ten witnesses at the National Diaconia ranging from reactions to the work on "Disarming Beauty" to personal struggles within one's community.
On June 15-17, seventy-five people from all over the United States gathered in North Carolina for the National Diaconia. Those days together encompassed witnesses, conversations with Giorgio Vittadini, a visit from theologian Stanley Hauerwas, and more.
The community vacations are always a key aspect of the movement's proposal. For this reason, we offer some suggestions to help each other live this moment well.
Excerpts from a dialogue between a Spanish theologian and a French political scientist about the time we live in, fear of the future, lack of consensus about values, and the Christian's task.
“Let us seek with the desire to find, and find with the desire to seek still more.” A message from the president of the Fraternity of CL for the 40th annual pilgrimage.
The online archive housing texts by Fr. Giussani underwent renovations to better serve those who may wish to use it. Changes include graphic design updates and new and improved browsing tools.
Three days of lessons in Asunción for a conference on education open to students, parents, and educators. The conference saw constant dialogue on the meaning of education and the roles of school and family.
“The real issue is to learn to be creatures.” Magdalene College hosted a dialogue between Julián Carrón and the great theologian and former leader of the Anglican Church. They discussed topics ranging from education to the role of Christians in society.
Notes from the introduction of the 2018 Fraternity Exercises titled “See, I am doing something new: do you not perceive it?" (Rimini, April 27).
Notes from a conversation with a group of university students who take part in “charitable work,” a gesture that educates them to discover themselves and reality (Milan, March 12, 2018).
Eight thousand people gathered in Rimini, Italy, on May 4-6, 2018, for the adult Spiritual Exercises. Each one of them carried "within himself a piece of God’s heart."
We redesigned it to make it more efficient, to better serve the educational path of the Movement, and to share the beauty of our faith with everyone. Here is what you will find on clonline.org.
They took him off the ventilator and he kept breathing, turning the tables in the legal battle between the hospital and his family, but most importantly, placing us all before inevitable questions.
Stories told by students, the death of a young father and his wife’s witness, and the Muslim women who encountered Christianity... Perspectives from a Spanish priest after visiting Kampala and spending time with college students in Kenya.
A collection of texts dedicated to students by Father Julián Carrón will be presented in Italian bookstores. They are a tool to be used to prepare for the Synod this Fall. We publish Carrón’s introduction to the book.
"We were truly a people. The cries of our hearts sang in unison. And the direction of our gaze was transfixed by the ultimate sign of contradiction: the Cross." A reflection on the 2018 Way of the Cross over the Brooklyn Bridge.
Among the dialogues and encounters with people of culture, managers, and people committed at different levels of society was the discovery “that good enters the world starting from the freedom of each person.”
Fr. Julián Carrón's "Disarming Beauty" was selected as a 2017 Foreword Reviews Indies Award Finalist in the Religion category.