After the interview with Cardinal Zen, we look again at the life of Catholics in China. This time, we disembark at Taipei, where the St. Charles Fraternity runs a parish. Encounters and witnesses. Notes from a special journey, marked by gratitude.
Stories - 2008
Here a student reflects on her time at the CLU vacation and how those in attendance lived "a different reality" informed by Christ. "'Obviously, this is God.' But now, I am finally starting to know, not merely say, that this is true."
The exhibit about the monks who re-built civilization arrives in Nairobi and, for a country that is still torn apart, sets the example–just like the new school that has recently opened in town.
The invitation to freedom… the value of works… the Aparecida document… Sixteen years after the last meeting with Fr. Giussani, the CL office-holders of the communities of Latin America met to face the question: “What are you seeking?”
She was an atheist and outspoken “right to die” and “living will” advocate. But the life of Sylvie Ménard was affected by another illness: her own. We interviewed this woman whose heart and mind were changed by the facts staring her in the face.
The annual gathering of the responsibles of the Movement for the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico took place in Jersey City in the middle of January. The 400 participants found themselves to be eyewitnesses of an event that changes life
The quest for the truth, the defense of rationality, the summons to good… Obstacles to research? No, the exact opposite, says Gianpaolo Bellini, one of Italy’s most important physicists.
An Italian family living in the Asiatic megalopolis began to experience little encounters that have given rise to a companionship that is small but curious about everything, and increasingly able to deal with life’s vicissitudes in the light of faith.
Work and life in the parish, barbecues on the beach and weddings. Everyday circumstances which, for an Italian transferred to California, became opportunities for meeting people, and for risk. In the capital of the ephemeral, a curious presence emerged
A leading journalist in the Irish media, John Waters discovered CL and rediscovered the reasons for Christianity. This ex-agnostic explains why, today, he attends debates with "The Religious Sense" under his arm, involving himself personally.
An exhibit that mobilized the CL community has become an event for the entire country. We went to see it, and discovered what kind of heart gave birth to a friendship capable of becoming a proposal for everyone