Jihane Rahal, an AVSI worker in Lebanon, speaks of the difficulties of a nation always on the brink of crisis. And of a path of good that "challenges us with all our humanity."
Current Events - 2023
Pope Francis' homily at the Christmas Vigil Mass. St. Peter's Basilica, 24 December 2023.
"The ashes of our dreams are invested by the only ideal that withstands the impact of evil and time: God himself has come to meet us." Davide Prosperi's letter to Corriere della Sera.
In the country tried by thirteen years of war, amid cholera epidemics and earthquakes, the testimony of those working not to leave children, widows and the elderly alone. From Aleppo, Hadi Kobeissi speaks.
What are the Christians of Gaza experiencing? In Traces, Fr. Gabriel Romanelli, the parish priest of the one Catholic church in Gaza, speaks about their lives today, from their hospitality to the displaced to the daily companionship of the Pope.
The fundraising campaign has been supporting the NGO's activities around the world for years, like in Haiti, as recounted by Jessica Granito, an AVSI worker on the since 2017.
Florence, Habiba, the children of Marjayoun... And a gesture that educates in charity, against addiction. Nine projects speak of how it is possible to build a new world. AVSI's Tents campaign, recounted in the December issue of Tracce.
The words of Pope Francis and Fr. Giussani, this year accompanied by the "Adoration of the Magi", a 14th century fresco in the Sacro Speco Monastery in Subiaco. The video-poster is also available
Fr. David Neuhaus, a Jesuit scholar based in Jerusalem, explores the origin of the ‘two-state’ solution, testifying to the preciousness of the Christian presence in the region.
Artificial intelligence, Péguy's conversion, working in the 21st century, Pessoa's infinity, Andrea Mandelli's spring, the search for goodness inside the Gulag... Two days to embrace everything in the Portuguese capital, November 11-12.
What does it mean to love? This is the most urgent question that recent events have provoked, especially in young people. And which calls on all adults. From "Repubblica", the letter of Matteo Severgnini, responsible of GS.
Hundreds of friends, over eighty volunteers. Intense dialogues on suffering, education, social media, charitable work. And then music, exhibitions... And a single theme: 'To truly live'. A chronicle of the three days in Seville.
Little Indi Gregory died on Sunday night. Her story puts everyone in front of the first evidence in our life: “we do not make ourselves.”The contribution of Giuliana Ruggieri, member of the National Bioethics Committee.
The war between Hamas and Israel broke out while the CL community was gathered for the Beginning Day. Dialogues, testimonies, tensions. And a discovery. From the November issue of Tracce.
While the fate of the English child is being decided, CL stands by her and her family and supports their demands, also in light of her possible transfer to Italy. The words of Davide Prosperi.
The events in the Middle East and around the world, a spiral of hatred that seems unstoppable. What does this drama have to do with us? And what does it take to be able to face all this?
The parish priest from Gaza, the Muslim architect who repairs churches, the elderly atheist who converts. Tommaso Saltini, director of Pro Terra Sancta, describes a place that "still has one strength: to propose God to the world."
Notes from the words of Francesco Cassese and Davide Prosperi at the Beginning Day of the Adults of Communion and Liberation of the Lombardy Region, and the testimony of Jone Echarri.
Synthesis by Fr. Francesco Ferrari to the Equipe of University Students of CL. La Thuile (Aosta), August 29–September 1, 2023.
The President of Communion and Liberation:"Concrete and reasonable response to violence and war, we join the invocation for peace launched by Patriarch Pizzaballa."
Nadine, Rami and Yuval, from the Israeli-Palestinian Parents Circle-Families Forum: "We are in the dark, but together we do not stop calling for dialogue as the only way". Fr. Ibrahim Faltas: "Jerusalem is the key to peace."