In this interview, Laurel Dugan describes her sense of unity in life, "order in the chaos," which unveils a fecundity without measure.
Encounters - 2011
From a School of Community in suburban Maryland to a prison in North Carolina, a transformative friendship with an inmate leads him to come to know a great love and a new sense of purpose in his life...
At a prison in Padua, Italy, 3 inmates receive the sacraments in the presence of their victims' families. A similar story is taking place in the US, where a friendship that has grown through mainly letters is filling a man's life in prison with hope.
Artist Mary Lathrop offers a living witness to the Venerable Dorothy Day, recalling yesterday's conversion and today's reality: a friendship that coincides with the encounter with Christ and an ongoing education for her religious sense.
The friendship and esteem with Fr. Giussani, the audiences with the university students, and "that same way of seeing things" that, nonetheless, irritated some people. Here is the story of how the bond between the Pope and the Movement was born and grew.
Alongside the New York Encounter, 200 CL responsibles from North America gathered for the Annual National Diaconia. Eschewing all formality and going beyond expectations, the three days with Fr. Julián Carrón introduced "reality as a symphony."
The first Diaconia of the Middle East was held in Jordan: three days spent together, with questions and Arabic songs, seeking to deepen a friendship.