Rapid transformations in society and culture are driving many people to ask new questions, and to re-examine answers that had long been taken for granted. What can science contribute to the understanding of who we are? How do the new means of communication shape the perception of ourselves in relationship to others? What does national identity mean in a globalized world economy? How does our sexuality, and the way we structure our families, affect our sense of self? What is the role of religiosity in forming our individual and collective identity? Click to learn more
Like pilgrims, some days are filled with weariness and difficulty; other days the beauty of the road ahead or the excitement for the stolen glimpse of the destination moves us. Like pilgrims, we are aware that our journey and destination is sustained by an Other who took the initiative to become one like us. Like pilgrims, we are in need of encouragement, food, prayers, and a place to rest. Like pilgrims, we live of the charity and goodness of people like you who year after year freely choose to sustain and support us in our journey towards Jesus who awaits. Click to download the letter
From the Movement’s beginnings, one of its most educative gestures has been the so-called “common fund.” This is a fund whose aim is the furthering of the Movement’s work through support of missionary, charitable, and cultural activities. Everyone gives freely to this fund, contributing monthly a percentage of income (at the beginning of the Movement’s history this was called the “tithe”). The purpose of this gesture is to witness to a communal concept of personal property and a growth in awareness of poverty as an evangelical virtue.
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Watch the Trailer of the video for the 60th anniversary of Communion and Liberation. Screening of the documentary marking the 60th anniversary of the birth of Communion and Liberation, will be presented at the New York Encounter by its director Monica Maggioni
To be good priests, you first of all have to be men, to feel what men feel. Live the relationship with everything that becomes present. Live the truth of your humanity. Live your humanity as an aspiration, as a sensitivity to the problems, as a risk to face, as a faithfulness to what God makes urgent in your soul. In this way, reality will appear to your eyes in a true way. - Luigi Giussani
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Download the November '14 issue and read online the new series on American Politics, including s essay is an excerpt from Prof. George W. Carey’s book "A Student’s Guide to American Political Thought" offered as a tool to understand and consider the origins of the American Political experiment.