In Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory, the supposed last priest in the province is executed. Like Greene's characters, we live as if Christianity were on the brink of extinction when, in fact, it regenerates life in different corners of the world.
US & More - 2015
On April 25, over 150 people gathered to celebrate the Crossroads Cultural Center's 10th Anniversary, as well as the late Msgr. Albacete who passed away last year. The occasion was also an announcement of the inaugural "Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete Lecture."
"People begin to follow the Movement because the people they meet value what is human in a way that seems almost impossible." Spanning from New York City to San Francisco, we publish an overview of the beginning of the Movement in the US.
"No disciple of Msgr. Giussani would forget that a deeper part of the struggle is for meaning, purpose and spiritual beauty." Bishop Robert Barron reflects on Msgr. Luigi Giussani's influence on His Holiness Pope Francis.
"His work seems to express, not senseless figures, but the impenetrable depth of reality." A reflection on the 2015 New York Encounter exhibit, "The Light of the Resurrection on the Peripheries of the World."
Cardinal Sean O'Malley, the impact of Msgr. Giussani's life on different lives, social media and the human face, and more on the third day of the New York Encounter.
The legend of Adam's Dance was performed by the Creative Outlet Dance Theater of Brooklyn at the 2015 New York Encounter. Music was composed by Jonathan Fields and dance was choreographed by Jamel Gaines.
The search for identity and individual rights, Communion and Liberation's 60th-anniversary documentary, the "self" in American films, and more on the second day of the 2015 New York Encounter.
"To be fully human is to welcome the other who is different." Cardinal Sean O'Malley, Timothy Shriver and Jean Vanier speak on identity and disability at the 2015 New York Encounter.
A tribute to the late Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete, old spirituals, and more on the first day of the 2015 New York Encounter.
Over the past year, Jonathan Ghaly and 80 other young adults across the US created an exhibit on the experience of the “Millennial.” We publish an interview with Ghaly in which he discusses the process behind the Millennial exhibit.