We publish the text of Julián Carrón's introduction to the 2019 Fraternity Exercises titled"What Can Withstand the Test of Time." The full text of the exercises will be released alongside the June issue of Traces.
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In light of the parliamentary elections in May, we publish the Communion and Liberation flyer on the elections. Where do we begin again?
Fourteen years from the death of Fr. Giussani and thirty-five from the recognition of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, Masses will be celebrated worldwide with the following intention.
The communities of Northern Europe gathered in Reading, west of London, for a weekend with Julián Carrón. They spoke about work, family, the drama of death. It helped everyone face the challenges that do not spare anyone in our society.
The dissatisfaction of being a full-time mum. But getting a job is still not enough. Envy towards those who are happy grows. "I desperately needed Someone to hold it all together." Then those words heard at mass, which open wide the possibilities…
"In Parenthesis", the English author's masterpiece that tells the story of life in the trenches. Supported by T.S. Eliot and admired by Yeats, Auden and Dylan Thomas, it reveals the signs of a grace that reached him through horror.
"God’s audacious initiative to Mary also reaches us this Christmas, renewing the announcement of a radical newness." Fr. Julián Carrón's article published in the "Corriere della Sera" on December 23.
A CLU student studying abroad in Plymouth decided to cook for his roommates on his birthday, and then everything changed ...
A desire taken seriously and a small people moved to indulge it: that’s how the exhibit from the Rimini Meeting brought the Russian bishop back to the place of his mission.
From David Jones, the poet of the Great War, to Metropolitan Antonij, and ending with “the Grand Inquisitor.” The London Encounter put the spotlight on the paradox of freedom, and on the reason that man can find freedom even in front of death.
Fr. Julián Carrón's words at the end of Communion and Liberation's Beginning Day on September 29, 2018.
We publish a recap of this year's Meeting and the theme of next year's Meeting, taken from a poem by Karol Wojtyla.
Yesterday, Pope Francis' apostolic visit to Ireland for the World Meeting of Families came to an end. We publish his homily delivered in Phoenix Park, Dublin, on August 26.
"Christians cannot give up their dream that the world will change for the better, because it is a reasonable one. This certainty is rooted in the deep conviction that Christ is the beginning of the new world."
“The real issue is to learn to be creatures.” Magdalene College hosted a dialogue between Julián Carrón and the great theologian and former leader of the Anglican Church. They discussed topics ranging from education to the role of Christians in society.
Notes from the introduction of the 2018 Fraternity Exercises titled “See, I am doing something new: do you not perceive it?" (Rimini, April 27).
The Bishop of Portsmouth reflects upon this historic moment in the United Kingdom. From Brexit to secularization, the bitter observation that so many people live in ignorance of the Gospel. The greatest challenge? "To rekindle the religious sense".
On February 22, 2005, the founder of CL passed away. Ten years later, Pope Francis welcomed all pilgrims reminding them of "the good that this man did for [him] and for [his] priestly life."
According to the New York Times (and many other reviews), his latest book is one of the most notable of 2017. Pankaj Mishra offered his clear-eyed vision of today’s world and its globalized “disorder.”
Last Friday on February 2, Fr. Julián Carrón was received in audience by Pope Francis. This is the letter that was written to the Fraternity of Communion & Liberation after his encounter with the Holy Father.
The president of Communion & Liberation explain to VaticanNews themes of their conversation. "He encouraged us to continue with our efforts, [...] he believes this education is especially important [...] when young people are living in a “liquid society”.