NY Encounter: "What can free us from ideology?"

Watch the video of the conversation between Fr. Julián Carrón, Ami Dar, Aaron Riches and Fr. José Medina.

A conversation on the Encounter’s theme in light of Where is God?: Christian Faith in the Time of Great Uncertainty (McGill-Queen’s University Press) by Fr. Julián Carrón with Fr. Julián Carrón, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, Ami Dar, founder and executive director of Idealist.org, and Aaron Riches, professor of theology at Benedictine College, moderated by Fr. José Medina, U.S. coordinator of Communion and Liberation.

“I invite you to think of that moment in your life where this question came to be: ‘Where is God?’ Is is not a question that someone asks themselves in terms of philosophy or theology, but in terms of experience. There are moments in life in which one remains aghast, without breath, because something happens that is perceived as overwhelming, perceived as shocking, that leaves you with questions that ultimately drive to this point here […] What Fr. Julián proposes with this book is a journey from being aghast to being agape. The possibility of journeying from this point of uncertainty, not to a certainty that we have invented, but to the possibility to remain in awe, in wonder, as he writes often in the book.”