An interview with the founder of My Father’s House, Jim Blum. An earlier version was published in Italian on IlSussidiario.net on December 25, 2023
News - 2023
Struggling against an erosion of trust and friendship. Published in Commonweal.
The Washington DC CL University students organize and present an exhibit on Dorothy Day in order to rediscover the life of Christians living in the city.
A presentation of the December Book of the Month: Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives by Pope Benedict XVI.
Irene and Nadia share their experience of taking a year to read the biography of Fr. Giussani with a group of friends.
Surprised by the Barbie movie, Carie shares what struck her in the film.
Erin reflects on her journey of faith in light of the work we are doing on The Religious Sense.
Elvira, a neonatologist working in perinatal palliative care, shares her judgment of the challenging situation surrounding the life of Indi Gregory, who passed away on November 14.
Abbot Nikodemus Schnabel, a Benedictine monk living in the Holy Land, tells us about his experience living in the midst of the conflict between Israel and Palestine, and about his hope for peace. An interview from the Cracks in Postmodernity podcast.
“Everything I’ve written can perhaps be called a sort of mystical realism — not ‘magical,’ but mystical.”
A reflection on Etty Hillesum and her relevance to today.
A new judgment born from listening to Chopin’s “The Raindrop” played at the National Assembly.
Notes from the words of Francesco Cassese and Davide Prosperi at the Beginning Day of the Adults of Communion and Liberation of the Lombardy Region, and the testimony of Jone Echarri.
Jone Echarri's testimony at the Communion and Liberation Beginning Day (Milan, 23 September 2023).
Seeking lasting ways to sustain the healthcare profession, 85 medical professionals gathered in Minnesota in October for the annual MedConference.
Jacob witnesses to the fact that in order to educate others, we first need to educate our own hearts.
A review of the book The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder. (Published in the November issue of Tracce)
“There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
Joey shares his experience of attending the National Assembly in Estes Park, CO.
Life is not a technical matter, but a matter of the heart.
This year there were 35 Beginning Days across the country. Friends from Virginia, Texas, Ohio and Arizona share their experiences.