The rhythm of the mystery

An excerpt from the National Seminar of Families for Hospitality, during which a dialogue was held with theologian Javier Prades.
Fr. Giussani

Towards the centenary

2022 marks the anniversary of the birth of the founder of CL. Here is how you can contribute.
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The “smart” era and the need for contact

“Does the insistence of the Christian tradition on the salvific value of the flesh still make any sense? And if so, why? On the Feast of the Epiphany recently celebrated, we meet three characters.” Prosperi's article from Corriere della Sera.

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"You are the living fountain of hope"

"May this living fountain of hope be every morning the most gripping and tenacious meaning of life possible." Luigi Giussani's address at the 2002 Rimini Meeting on Dante's 'Hymn to Our Lady'.

The church in Eastleigh
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The tip of an iceberg of questions

A 20-year-old girl met at Mass in a parish in the English countryside. An invitation to a meeting and then involvement in the simple things in life. The story of Fr. Luca of the Fraternity of St. Charles.

I met Chiara for the first time just over three years ago. Bishop Philip Egan had just entrusted us with the care of a parish in the English countryside where we still live – three priests from the Fraternity of St. Charles (Raffaele, Marco and I) and a s...

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Christmas: In this way makes himself visible

“Christmas, a real fact that confronts our retreat from life.” Julián Carrón’s contribution on Christmas, published in Corriere della Sera on December 24.

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Communication from Davide Prosperi to the movement

The words of the interim President of the Fraternity of CL from November 29, 2021.
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A new beginning

Margherita shares what she and her family have been experiencing after their recent relocation: not fear of being alone but gratitude.

We have recently moved to a small town near Leicester, aware that the local CL community is tiny and spread over different cities; we were, therefore, wondering if that would have made living our faith more difficult and if we would have 'felt alone'. ...


Rowan Williams: "My friend Dostoyevsky"

On the 200th anniversary of the birth of Dostoyevsky, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams speaks of how the Russian genius has changed his way of seeing.