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(L-R) Andreas Widmer, Anujeet Sareen and Nancy Albin. Photo by Photo by Margherita Daho

Doing Business in Uncharted Waters

US, UK and MoreNathaniel Hurd

A discussion on entrepreneurship at the 2016 NY Encounter. The Panelists were Andreas Widmer and Nancy Albin with Anujeet Sareen as moderator.

(L-R) Widmer, Albin, Sareen and Maniscalco. Photo by Maria Ramos
Fr. José Medina. Photo by Margherita Daho

The Land of the Free

US, UK and MoreNathaniel Hurd

“We call this ‘the land of the free.’ Why do you think freedom is so important to us?” Fr. José Medina and Fr. Julián Carrón discuss freedom in the United States at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Fr. Julián Carrón. Photo by Margherita Daho
Exhibit guide leads tour through the Junípero Serra exhibit. Photo by Margherita Daho

¡Siempre Adelante!

US, UK and MoreDamian Bacich

“I wish I could instill in them the great joy that I am experiencing because I believe they would urge me to go forth and never turn back.” Damian Bacich comments on the Junípero Serra exhibit at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Young woman tours the Junípero Serra exhibit. Photo by Elyssa Koren
Peter Stokman, Cristiano Ferrario and Marc Beauchamp. Photo by Emily Marsolek

From Patient to Friend

US, UK and MoreNathaniel Hurd

"The person is a mystery and my … task is to remain open." Canadian physician Marc Beauchamp shared experiences of personal relationships in the medical field at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Audience attending The True Face of Personalized Medicine. Photo by Emily Marsolek
(L-R) Peter Fields, Naomi Genuard, Margaret Laracy and Sal Petrosino. Photo by Maria Ramos

What Pixar Teaches us About Growing Up

US, UK and MoreKristin Hurd

Sal Petrosino, Peter Fields, Margaret Laracy and Naomi Genuard discussed the roles and relationship of Joy and Sadness in Pixar's "Inside Out" at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Still from Pixar's Inside Out. Photo / Flickr
(L-R) Priscilla La Porte, Fr. Peter Cameron, OP, and Joshua Stancil. Photo by Clare Kolars

The Place that God has Lead Me To

US, UK and MoreSuzanne Tanzi

The inviolable authenticity brought by suffering powerfully attests to the fact that suffering that is accompanied, faced, has eternal value." Joshua Stancil and Priscilla La Porte shared experiences of mercy and rebirth at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Audience attending Crossing to the Other Shore. Photo by Clare Kolars
(L-R) Jeffrey Sachs, Rebecca Cherico and Cardinal Sean O'Malley. Photo by Clare Kolars

Setting out on the Long Path of Renewal

US, UK and MoreDino D'agata

"The relationship between humanity, God, and nature forms one unitary whole." Cardinal Sean O'Malley, Jeffrey Sachs and Rebecca Cherico discussed Pope Francis's encyclical, "Laudato Si," at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Cardinal Sean O'Malley. Photo by Clare Kolars
Giulio Piscitelli. Photo by Gina Lopez

Longing for the Sea ... and Leaving the Harbor

US, UK and MoreSuzanne Tanzi

"Hope is at the root of all migrations; it is the biggest motivator. And this is true for us, too." Photographer Giulio Piscitelli and Msgr. Ronald Marino discussed the issue of immigration at the 2016 New York Encounter.

(L-R) Giulio Piscitelli, Stephen Sanchez and Msgr. Ronald Marino. Photo by Gina Lopez
Christian Wiman. Photo by Brenda Abdelmesih

Spurred by the Promise of Happiness

US, UK and MoreCharles Atkinson

"God goes, belonging to every riven thing he’s made / sing his being simply by being / the thing it is.” Poet Christian Wiman spoke of poetry, faith and recognition at the 2016 New York Encounter opening event.

New York Encounter 2016 Logo. Photo by Elyssa Koren
Woman in meeting. CC0 License

Is Business Worth It?

US, UK and MoreClaire Vouk

“It is impossible to be truly creative without a positive gaze on the present.” James Biber, Dario Snaidero and Roberto Snaidero discussed the foundations of a healthy business at the 2016 New York Encounter.

Salone del Mobile.Milano, Logo. Photo / Vimeo
(L-R) Jackie Aldrette, Joakim Koech and Chris Blattman. Photo by Maria Ramos

A Humble Approach to Ending Poverty

US, UK and MoreKristin Hurd

Paolo Carozza, Chris Blattman, Joakim Koech and Jacie Aldrette discussed world poverty at the 2016 NY Encounter.

Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal in the audience. Photo by Maria Ramos
Children at the Little Prince Primary School, Kibera.

"Generating Beauty" at the New York Encounter


John Waters, an Irish journalist, visited the impoverished communities in Africa. His journey resulted in the exhibit "Generating Beauty: New Beginnings at the Ends of the World," a highlight at the 2016 New York Encounter.

New York Encounter 2015: Five Questions with Riro Maniscalco

EncountersStephen Sanchez

Maurizio Maniscalco (known to everyone as “Riro”) is President and co-founder of the NY Encounter, a 3 day cultural event in the heart of City. He sits down with TracesOnline for 5 questions to kickoff our weeklong coverage of this years NY Encounter.

Maurizio Maniscalco. Photo by Emily Marsolek
The Millennial Experience. Photo by Maria Ramos

The Millennial Experience

US, UK and MoreStephen Sanchez

Over the past year, Jonathan Ghaly and 80 other young adults across the US created an exhibit on the experience of the “Millennial.” We publish an interview with Ghaly in which he discusses the process behind the Millennial exhibit.

Cardinal Sean O'Malley visits the Millennial exhibit. Photo by Emily Marsolek
Fr. Samir Khalil Samir backstage before "Hoping Against Hope." Photo by Emily Marsolek

Bridge To Dialogue

EncountersAnthony Daqaq

"In the Middle East, the time of the Person has come." A discussion from the 2014 New York Encounter featuring Fr. Samir Khalil Samir and Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete.

A Humanity That Heals

SchoolSuzanne Tanzi

"If our kids are lost, they are lost because the adults are lost. It is not because by nature the young person is lost. Actually, the natural position of a young person is to be 'in search of.'" A discussion between Fr. José Medina and Dr. Pedro Noguera.

(L-R) Pedro Noguera, Carolina Brito and José Medina. Photo by Elyssa Koren
The Brooklyn Bridge. CC0 Creative Commons

Person and People: A Continuous Generation

US, UK and MoreMaura Kate Costello

"Thousands of people made their way to the 'capital of the world' for a different reason: not to create themselves, but to belong to a people." An overview of the 2014 New York Encounter.