US & More - 2004

'Free Curve to the Point' by Wassily Kandinsky via Wikimedia Commons

Teaching in Indiana: Discovery of Unity

US & MorePaolo Carozza

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.”

Montreal, Canada. Public Domain CC0

From Russia to Canada

US & MoreCecilia Zucchi

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.

The Bronx, New York. Flickr

The Christian Challenge in the Bronx

US & MoreMarco Bardazzi

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.

Signing of the U.S. Constitution. Creative Commons CC0

Rights Undiluted

US & MoreDavid Forte

Professor at Cleveland–Marshall College of Law, Ohio, political analyst David Forte questions public awareness of the most fundamental values in society: human rights.