Communion & Liberation: July 2010 Archives

"There are many companionships. I don't say, "Choose one," but follow the one that Christ has put you in, that Christ has had you meet, the one that first struck you convincingly."

Monsignor Luigi Giussani, Founder of Communion and Liberation
Scenes from the 2010 Northeast Coast Communion & Liberation Vacation in the Hudson Valley, outside New Paltz, New York, July 1-5, 2010 ... Can anything make life new again?

Vacation time offers the unique opportunity to pause before the thought-provoking spectacles of nature, a wonderful "book" within reach of everyone, adults and children. In contact with nature, a person rediscovers his correct dimension, rediscovers himself as a creature, small but at the same time unique, with a "capacity for God" because interiorly he is open to the Infinite. Driven by his heartfelt urgent search for meaning, he perceives in the surrounding world the mark of goodness and Divine Providence and opens almost naturally to praise and prayer. (Pope Benedict XVI)

CL crowd singing on hike 2010.jpg
CL kids on a hike 2010.jpg

CL crowd at the games 2010.jpg
Joan Russo CL vac 2010.jpg

Hike break CL vac 2010.jpg
Cristina & Francesca CL vac 2010.jpg

Mary Ellen CL vac 2010.jpg
Tacy, Francesca, Mary Ellen & Cristina CL vac 2010.jpg

Renzo CL Vacation 2010.jpg

About the author

Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]



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