Reading, West London, a weekend with Julián Carrón. They came from the most secularized countries, talking about the fear of getting up in the morning, boredom even when everything goes well, or the joy of setting up a new school... Here is what happened.
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The article by Fr. Julián Carrón, President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation in the publication Avennire of December 22, 2017.
This will be the title of the next Meeting of Rimini, which will take place August 19-25, 2018. Here is the final press release of this year's edition.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin sends a Message to the organizers and participants of the 38th Meeting for Friendship Among Peoples.
On June 17th, the 4th edition of the London Encounter took place. An occasion for scientists, theologians, and common people to tackle a challenging topic: to look with sympathy at what we can’t foresee.
In a city with its nerves on edge, the London event proposes a provocative theme: to look with sympathy on what is unexpected.
The UK CL community has published a leaflet after the attack in Manchester. Amongst the pain and disbelief, "let us look at this pity and at this thirst, at this infinite desire for good, beauty, life, justice that we all are."
Notes of the introduction of Fr. Julián Carrón to the Spiritual Exercises of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation (Rimini, April 28, 2017). "... Let us elevate our awareness, let us reawaken our responsibility!"
A surprising friendship is discovered among the frenetic London pace. A friendship among people that does not limit or isolate, but rather "illuminates everything".
The drama of separation, living faith in secularized cities, relationships at work. Five hundred people met for the annual meeting between Fr. Julián Carrón and the Northern European CL communities. The theme: daily life, and what illuminates it.
About 30 teenagers gather for meetings, organize parties, and try to get their classmates involved, because as Fr. Pepe often reminds them, “they have the same wound you do.”
Cardinal Pietro Parolin conveyed His Holiness Pope Francis' message to the thirty-seventh edition of the Rimini Meeting for Friendship Amongst Peoples.
Following the Brexit decision, the UK CL community has prepared a statement that points towards a challenge: "Is the other good or not?"
A verse by John Donne is the title of this year's event. Brexit, Astor Piazzolla and a keynote speech by the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. An account of what happened on 11 June.
Saturday, 11 June, the annual event in the British capital. A day of meetings, exhibitions and music, to offer the city a new hypothesis upon the crisis of our time. And rediscover the value of "the other".
"I wanted to witness to the Pope our desire to follow him, to become ever more one with his gaze on men and women, and on the world." Fr. Julian Carrón met His Holiness Pope Francis in a private audience on April 14, 2016.
The stories of a small group of Londoners who visited the refugee slum on the French coast. From the surprise of a simple "welcome" to lunch together. But now the bulldozers have begun dismantling everything...
More than 500 people gathered in Reading for the Norther European assembly with Fr. Carrón. The theme, "Back to the Origin". Many testimonies of faith, so as not to forget the novelty that is lived in the present: "The origin is in the present".
"If the faith is truly lived seriously, it is able to meet all the desire of fullness that a person desires when not finding another." We publish an interview with Julián Carrón in light of ten years as head of Communion and Liberation.
A day in the suburbs of London with Fr. Jose "Pepe" Claveria to see how in this ultra secularized society faith can once again be credible (and attractive) even for “pagans.”
Fr. Neil from the Church of the Holy Family of Ealing was unable to attend the London Encounter. So a group of friends decided to take the exhibition about Oscar Wilde to the parish. Between a five o'clock tea and a sangria, an account of the weekend.