Opening the windows as well as the door to share the place where they have discovered companionship with Christ, the Pittsburgh community begins inviting people to their small School of Community.
A simple outing at the art museum with their children leaves their hearts burning.
In August, a group of people from the United States traveled to La Thuile, Italy for the annual International Meeting of Responsibles. Here some share their experience from the trip.
Struck by the encounter with shocking beauty at the International Assembly of Responsibles in La Thuile, Bishop Mark from Chicago relates the memoir “A Severe Mercy” to what he encountered there.
CL University students began the school year with a pilgrimage to Our Lady of Champion in Wisconsin and share with us what they discovered.
Mother Elvira, founder of Comunità Cenacolo in 1983 to provide hope and healing to those suffering from addiction, died on August 3.
“We can't walk down the street and look at others' faces without feeling a yearning, a poignant desire to save them. It is within this yearning that one saves oneself.”
“It is not our experiences that build unity, but rather unity that is the foundation for our experiences.”
Derian and Rebecca share their experience of their CL family vacation.
Joseph visits St. Patrick’s parish in San Antonio, TX where Fr. Giussani lived during his time in Texas.
“The story of Joan of Arc burned in Twain’s heart and mysteriously, 600 years after she lived, it burns in mine.”
A presentation on Msgr. Albacete’s book on suffering shares his precious presence with new and old friends in St. Cloud, MN.
In honor of the 59th anniversary of the death of Flannery O'Connor (08.03.2023).
Taking a look at the recent Court decision Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President & Fellows of Harvard College.
At the vacation, Maddie sees a way of living where you always discover something interesting.
Meeting a Presence which draws attention to each other’s needs, Paul returns home with a new desire.
As the caregiver for her brother, Kathleen testifies to the Oregon State Senate regarding its “Death With Dignity” Act.
Dulce, a physician specializing in geriatrics and palliative medicine at Johns Hopkins, shares her experience of facing the problem of Physician Assisted Suicide.
Unexpectedly meeting two illegal immigrants, Fr. Matt finds himself wanting to stay with them.
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