The Radiance in your eyes

Fr. Julián Carrón’s latest book, The radiance in your eyes – What saves us from nothingness?, is now available online. “An itinerary rooted in an experience and a history, and thus offers a contribution to the search and expectancy of everyone.”

>Click to download the PDF and EPUB versions in various languages

The book is also available on Amazon and other book sellers as a printed book at $8 per single copy. Communities can order multiple copies directly from Human Adventure Books at $5 per copy for orders of 5 or more. To order from Human Adventure Books please contact Merrilyn Sikora at

Fr. Carrón. Reawakening Our Humanity

The fragility of existence and the "bubble" in which we lived. Then, "an unforeseen and unforeseeable interruption of reality, wearing the face of the coronavirus." In this ebook, Carrón describes how this "dizzying time" offers us a great possibility.

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“Anticipation of vacation is evidence of the will to live; for just this reason it must not be ‘vacation’ from oneself. Then summer will not be an interruption or a postponement of taking life seriously.” (June 5, 1964)

Image: One City Mission volunteers with the homeless in New York

“Something for the heart”

The experience of the volunteers at One City Mission, who provide companionship to homeless people so that “the whole city experiences the human.” From the June issue of Traces, a story born of an encounter, shaped by the Franciscan brothers of the Bronx.

>Read about it here

Traces N. 7 July/August 2020

Starting anew - Seeking new roads

It will not be the usual summer–that is for certain. In the age of the pandemic, habits have been uprooted all over the place, one after another...
“Restart.” ...but in the end it is the word that best expresses the urgent need to keep walking.

>Read the issue here


Generating Traces in the History of the World

Download Fr. Julian's SoC notes
of June 17, 2020

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