This year, the words of Pope Francis and Fr. Giussani are accompanied by Duccio di Buoninsegna's "The Appearance of Christ behind closed doors".
Current Events - 2024
The Mass for the 19th anniversary of Fr. Giussani’s death and the 42nd anniversary of the pontifical recognition of the Fraternity of CL, celebrated in Milan’s Cathedral by Archbishop Mario Delpini. Here is his homily and Davide Prosperi’s greeting.
An aggressive and rare cancer struck Laura and she fought for her life for 6 years. The memorial held in Melbourne this past September to commemorate her life became a testament that touched the hearts of communities across Australia.
What happened in Russia on February 16 reopened a wound that we were getting used to. And it reminded everyone again that “nothing exists without freedom.” After the death of the opposition leader, here is the provocation that his life represents.
The CL community vacation at the foot of the Chillán volcano: hikes, testimonies, and listening to Russian and local songs. With the evidence "of a Presence that is already happening in our lives.”
On the 19th anniversary of his death, the full version of the unpublished text from the February issue of Traces: notes from a lesson given by Fr. Luigi Giussani in 1992.
Technological developments that revolutionize everyday reality: What becomes of the human after having delegated many functions to the computer? In February Traces, Miguel Benasayag, psychoanalyst and neurophysiologist, provides answers.
The Spiritual Exercises of the University Students of Communion and Liberation (CLU) were held in Rimini from 8 to 10 December 2023, with the theme "Behold, I make all things new" (Rev 21:5). The lessons were delivered by Fr. Francesco Ferrari.
From November 23 to 26 2023, the second gathering of a group of young people from the movement took place in Assisi. Over four hundred people, from Italy and abroad, shared moments of intense discussion and experienced moments of conviviality.
"Through the desert God leads us to freedom." Pope Francis' message for Lent 2024.
The New York Encounter 2024 kicks off on Friday, February 16. Among the protagonists at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan is an exhibition dedicated to AI. Curator Davide Bolchini explains what it touches upon and how it came about.
Celebrations for the 19th anniversary of the death of the founder of Communion and Liberation and the 42nd anniversary of the pontifical recognition of the Fraternity
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.
The recognition of St. Francis, the first of its kind, by the Government of the autonomous territory of South East China. It is news that is "to be welcomed with cautious optimism", as Father Bernardo Cervellera, PIME missionary, explains.
Changed by the friendship with a couple that moved away, Bill and his wife decide to open their home with the hope of meeting and embracing more of these friends.
A Sydney dentist decides to devote half his time to providing free dental treatment for the disadvantaged, dedicating his new practice to St Anthony. He considers it a blessing working with those in need, using his skills to make a difference.
In his songs he quotes Flannery O'Connor, he is a believer but does not want to "impose a religious content on anything I do" because the important thing is that "faith lives." A portrait of a great uncategorizable American singer-songwriter.
The news of pregnancy, the joy and gratitude. Then, the diagnosis of a disease that would not allow the baby to survive. "I was overwhelmed by pain and anger," says the mother. Until an encounter...
The environmental emergency is linked to migration, exploitation, unemployment, the struggle for resources that triggers conflict and generates poverty. Simona Beretta speaks about it in the January issue of Tracce.
Still lifes, but which enclose the hand of the Creator in their 'being'. Giovanni Testori's "Two apples" and the deep connection with the works of Cézanne and Giacometti.