A month after the New York Encounter, curators of the exhibit on Enzo Piccinini share their experience of this work they did together.
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Karina, a senior at Notre Dame, shares her experience of a summer trip with Wonder and the discoveries she made along the way.
Struck by two of the nominated films, Jonathan sees in both the theme of “discovering our eternal longing to recover our humanity.”
A Knights group is born in Boston; Andre shares what is happening.
“Our lives have become translucent to something completely new” – Francis describes his family’s experience of celebrating their friends’ final vows.
Br. Angelus reflects on his journey that led him to St. Benedict’s Abbey, and that accompanies him now.
Fr. Michael Carvill, John Cavadini and John Zucchi discuss The Religious Sense at the 2023 New York Encounter.
An exhibit on geology at the 2023 New York Encounter fills Ellynore with wonder and gratitude.
With the desire to go deep into the meaning of suffering, Stephanie reflects on the New York Encounter’s panel on the new book Cry of the Heart.
The New York Encounter event introducing the newly translated book by Fr. Giussani, “The Miracle of Hospitality” shares three expressions of the same unconditional embrace.
Stephen, curator of the New York Encounter exhibit on Friedrich Nietzsche, shares why knowing Nietzsche is helpful for understanding our American culture.
Riro, one of the New York Encounter organizers, shares the work and the beauty of the New York Encounter and its 2023 theme.
“Fr. Giussani has been for me the door by which I suddenly find myself in the very heart of the Church; a heart which is alive and is giving life.” A witness from Fr. Michael in Indiana.
Matteo responds to a concerned mother, sharing the experience of rebirth he and his family have encountered in the Cenacolo community.
“I felt free to share everything with these new friends” – visiting her friend in Florida, Sofia rediscovers her need to discover Christ within a companionship in the flesh.
The Denver School of Community shares their judgment to propose a pilgrimage and what they discovered in light of this moment together.
A study program took Matteo to America for a few months with some classmates. Meeting the local CL community, daily life, and a friendship that day by day became more interesting.
Friends in California prepare moments for adults and kids to “discover the beauty of living the adventure of having a family.”
A student who participates in GS in Boston shares her experience.
Reflecting on her encounter with the Movement in light of the audience with Pope Francis, Elisabetta discovers what it means to live a life of mission in her circumstances.
Returning to her old high school in Iowa for her first job, Lexi discovers how Christ makes “all things new.”