News - 2023 - Page 3

Photo by Kathleen’s brother Steven

“Not on My Watch”


As the caregiver for her brother, Kathleen testifies to the Oregon State Senate regarding its “Death With Dignity” Act.

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Do Not Be Hopeless


Dulce, a physician specializing in geriatrics and palliative medicine at Johns Hopkins, shares her experience of facing the problem of Physician Assisted Suicide.

Hands in the Dough

StoriesLuca Fiore

Randy left a job in finance to take over a traditional bakery in Texas with his wife Lucy. Now he has two stores, places “to live together the fulness of the things we do.” From the May issue of Traces

On Mission with Peter

Current Events

On June 22, a meeting was held with the moderators of associations and movements convened by the Dicastery for the Laity, the Family and Life. The address of Davide Prosperi.

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Celebrating Father’s Day


“I have seen that the living communion in Christ is the flower of hope capable of bringing comfort, love, and dignity to my neighbors”.

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The Beginning of Something New


The Nashville community invites other local lay movements to share in the “prophecy for peace” and a new friendship is born.

Fraternity Exercises 2023

Current Events

The booklet and introduction of the Spiritual Exercises of the Fraternity of CL, 2023.

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"Why are men so afraid?"


Simone’s witness of his time with the sisters of Mother Teresa sheds a new light on the cultural phenomenon of fearing each other that is spreading across the US.

Something that Comes Before


Friends from across the Southeast gather in South Carolina for a diaconia, helping each other to judge with a more human criteria.

To Grow in Love for God and Others


Inviting the NYC CL community to present an exhibit on Fr. Giussani at his parish, Don Luigi shares what this experience was for him and for his parish community.