Luigi Giussani
food to last

food to last

“The sailor cannot see the north but knows the needle can”

how sense-able

how sense-able

“The greatest joy in life is to feel Jesus Christ alive and beating in the flesh of your own thought and your own heart. All the rest is a swift illusion or dung.”

Francis’ friends

Francis’ friends

Last Saturday's gathering was a remarkable experience of friendship and faith, with Pope Francis. You'll get a taste of the event in this video clip made with an iphone...

1000’s of friends

1000’s of friends

The official estimates are that around 100.000 people whose lives have been touched by the charism conveyed by Luigi Giussani came to St. Peter's Square on Saturday to...

living with passion

living with passion

Just over ten years ago I attended a lecture given by a Puerto Rico born American priest who was to speak over two days on John Paul II's Theology of the Body. I well...

October “Traces”

October “Traces”

One of the highlights of my monthly reading is the Traces magazine of the Communion & Liberation community. A couple of months ago the decision was taken to no...

march to maturity

march to maturity

It is already mid-week, but there is a verse from last Sunday's second reading that moved me when I heard it at Mass, and it has stayed with me as a deeply encouraging...

Luigi Giussani

Luigi Giussani

Over the next couple of days, many thousands of communities around the world will celebrate Masses to mark the ninth anniversary of the death of Fr. Luigi Giussani. In...

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follow

follow

Take a moment to imagine Jesus pointing you out in the crowd, calling you by name, and inviting you to follow.

feasting the cross

feasting the cross

The cross is not just a difficulty or an obstacle, but when carried through suffering to death, IS the pathway to life.

maturation

maturation

only by recognising one is loved do we at last enter into a truly mature, familial and free relationship with God.

Fathers’ Day

Fathers’ Day

It’s Fathers’ Day today in New Zealand and Australia

to be wise

to be wise

In my unloveliness I plunged into the lovely things which you created. You were with me, but I was not with you