From My Life to Yours: the Legacy of Fr. Luigi Giussani

18-19 November, Gibberd Room, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TQ

The exhibition "From My Life to Yours" about the Servant of God Fr. Luigi Giussani, founder of the Communion and Liberation Movement will take place in the Gibberd Room in the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TQ.

The event, organised by the Communion and Liberation movement, aims to provide an insight into the impact of Fr. Giussani's work on the lives of people around the world. Fr. Luigi Giussani (15 October 1922 – 22 February 2005) was an Italian Catholic priest, theologian, educator, public intellectual, and founder of the international Catholic movement Communion and Liberation. His beatification process, which began in 2012, underscores the significance of his contributions to the Catholic faith.

Fr. Giussani's understanding of Christ as the unifying center of all reality, offering answers to human questions and fulfilling the deepest desires of the heart, has resonated with countless individuals. His belief in faith as a foundation for the true liberation of humanity has shaped the core principles of Communion and Liberation.

Established in the 1950s in Milan, Communion and Liberation has now grown to encompass ninety countries, offering a lifelong proposal for Catholic faith education. The movement emphasises that education in faith, like the Gospel itself, is an ongoing, dynamic process, continually renewed and deepened. This approach extends to all facets of life, from love and artistic creativity to the simple joys of everyday life.

Saturday, 18 November

Sunday 19 November

Coffee and tea will be served.

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