His encounter with the Movement in Nigeria radically changed his way of facing daily life, from the choice of work to the use of money. The extraordinary at the heart of normality.
Stories - 2004
"Only the encounter with a new experience, which already lives reconciliation, can give the strength to generate forgiveness and thus peace." Fr. Pietro Tiboni on the situation in Rwanda.
The positive contribution of Hispanic culture to the Anglo-Saxon world and the Church’s challenge in serving the Hispanic presence: an interview with Mario Paredes.
Traces spoke with Jean Bethke Elshtain, the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Professor of Social and Political Ethics at the University of Chicago, prominent political philosopher and author of over 20 books.
An interview with Professor Robert Royal, President of the Faith and Reason Institute in Washington, DC, about the social benefits of the family and its breakdown today, and the central role of education.
On November 11th, Thomas K. Doerflinger, of the Washington, DC, community, died in Iraq. Herewith, memories and comments from his professor and friend.
Before encountering the Movement, this law professor at the University of Notre Dame, in the United States, felt as if his life were divided, his faith on one side and his daily life on the other. “What most struck me was seeing all of life as vocation.”
Cecilia tells of her encounter with John, her marriage, their move to Montréal, the births of their four children… and many other encounters, which opened their hearts and their home to a greater experience, beyond every measure.
From Uganda to Nigeria, a journey amongst communities of the Movement that includes university students, AVSI volunteers, and Memores Domini: A people at work, building, never giving up hope for salvation.
We offer the story of Father Carlos Acosta, a Uruguayan priest who has experienced the Movement as a road for living the priestly vocation amidst the people.
"Now I'm following Him." The account of the birth of CLU at Columbia University, New York.
Professor at Cleveland–Marshall College of Law, Ohio, political analyst David Forte questions public awareness of the most fundamental values in society: human rights.
The story of Mohamed, one of the 57,000 ex-combatants who are trying to rebuild their lives, his attachment to Fr Bepi, apprenticeship as carpenter and… an unexpected child.