The Pope to CL: "Preserve unity"

After the audience with Davide Prosperi and Monsignor Filippo Santoro, Francis has sent a letter on the anniversary of Fr. Giussani's death and the 70th anniversary of the movement. Here are his words and the message from the President of the Fraternity.

What remains of the human being?

The new issue of Traces is now online, dedicated to artificial intelligence, with an unpublished article by Fr. Giussani
During the Mass (Photo: Enrico Scambia)

To ‘live towards Christ'

The homily of Archbishop John Wilson at the mass for the anniversary of death of Fr. Giussani. Southwark Cathedral, Thursday 15 February, London.

Masses for the anniversar of Fr. Giussan's death

On the occasion of the 19th anniversary of the death of Fr. Giussani and the 42nd anniversary of the pontifical recognition of the Fraternity of CL, masses will be celebrated around the UK

"The first step is to desire to open our eyes to reality"

"Through the desert God leads us to freedom." Pope Francis' message for Lent 2024.

Book of the month

The biography of Saint Francis of Assisi by G.K. Chesterton. A great paradoxical figure who vowed himself to chastity; an artist who loved the pleasures of the natural world as few have loved them, but vowed himself to the most austere poverty.

Sigov: "The logic of Christmas and Ukraine at war"

The Kyiv-based philosopher reflects on the contrast between the Feast of the Incarnation and the ongoing violence in conflict-affected countries.

Seamus Heaney: A portrait of the Irish poet

The Irish Nobel Prize-winning poet Seamus Heaney died ten years ago. A Virgil in an age of uncertainty, recounted in the December issue of Tracce.

A joy that is "great" because it makes us "great"

Pope Francis' "Urbi et Orbi" blessing on Christmas Day

Indi Gregory and the courage of hope

The words of Davide Prosperi on the fate of the English child who died on 13 November.

The Journey in His Presence

An evening of music, readings and videos to celebrate the centenary of Fr. Giussani's birth in Lancaster.