The women of the Acholi Quarter broke rocks for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Patients dying of AIDS gave their own money and their prayers.
Stories - 2005
The WorkCenter began a year ago (in a cafeteria!) to deal with the immediate need of some friends who had to prepare for job interviews. Today, it systematically helps those looking for work.
An interview with Professor Hodgson, a fellow at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and head of the Nuclear Physics Theoretical Group of the Nuclear and Particle Physics Laboratory.
It was Archbishop Javier Martínez of Granada who conceived the idea of the theological convention, “Meetings for a New Beginning,” and was its chief animator
The reflections of an Italian research physician who has spent the past twenty-five years in Connecticut. With the evolution of his professional work, a vocation has flowered
She is Palestinian and Christian. In her “home,” over one hundred orphan children learn to forgive, and a group of Palestinian women put their lives back together. Then, there’s a bread bakery where she tries to make money and create jobs
"A more adequate awareness of the nature of the common good teaches us to see education as fundamentally oriented toward realizing the fullness of the human person in freedom." A reflection by Professor of Law Paolo Carozza.
A missionary in Bangkok reports the dramatic testimony of a Saverian sister who aided the tsunami survivors, describing the pain of those who have lost everything, and their need–that someone give them a reason for living again.
At the end of the 18th century, 200 young lay people met with martyrdom. Twenty-two have been canonized by the Church. From then up to our own day, many more have been an example of deeply lived faith, announcing Christ.
A question and answer with Fr. Giussani during an unexpected religion class forty years ago. Today, the former student of Berchet High School recalls the encounter which led her to the depths of herself; the discovery of her own tradition as belonging.
At a house for immigrant women, a report on the work of CL volunteers who launched into a new project, cultivating a garden that soon was able to feed the inhabitants of the house.