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
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Surprised by her teenagers’ response to the CL family vacation, Simona shares what she saw.
Witnesses from three friends who attended the Lower Midwest CL family vacation in Fall Creek Falls, TN.
Looking at McCarthy’s renowned novels as well as his most recent publications, Fr. Jacob discovers in each of his works the echo of man crying out to God.
Fr. Jerry gives us a glimpse into the crisis in Sudan and the hope he sees amidst the devastation.
“I have seen that the living communion in Christ is the flower of hope capable of bringing comfort, love, and dignity to my neighbors”.
The Nashville community invites other local lay movements to share in the “prophecy for peace” and a new friendship is born.
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.
Friends from across the Southeast gather in South Carolina for a diaconia, helping each other to judge with a more human criteria.
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.
CLU students spoke with Giacomo Pizzi to learn more about his work for Pro Terra Sancta in Aleppo.
Patrick and Nancy share their experience of speaking to high school students in Portland.
CLU students in Washington, DC host a panel discussion on The Religious Sense.
Traveling to Atlanta for work, Steve meets the CL community and Alvin, who shared with him the specific moment when he “first bumped into Christ”.
Marco recounts his encounter with CL and his recent step to enroll in the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
Provoked by the New York Encounter dialogue on diversity, some friends continued the conversation in the following months and share here their attempt to judge DEI.
An interview with Brandon Vaidyanathan about his “Beauty at Work” podcast.
The witness of an Easter celebration that “announces and shows the beauty of His friendship in our lives”.
Communities throughout the country gathered on Good Friday to witness to the Event that saves.
“The gaze of love can be transformative. It is Christ who breaks the prison bars and sets us free.” Bishop Earl of Columbus reflects on the Resurrection in light of his recent experience.
“The posters serve a pedagogical purpose and, in fact, some of them can form us in ways that we only see, understand, and verify in time.”