The preceding account [see who is Luigi Giussani] might lead one to believe that the
significance of Luigi Giussani is primarily that of a teacher and spiritual leader. It would be an unfortunate mistake, however, to view him in this way if it led one to dismiss Giussani’s vast literary output, and its contribution to the intellectual life of the Church and our times. […]
Thanks to the American papist, this article comes to the fore because it highlights the
sacrifice of one young man, Chase Hilgenbrinck, who left money, fame and power to accept the sacrifice of the priesthood for his own salvation and that of others. The witness of the priesthood is more important than fame
New York’s Cardinal Edward Egan and The Catholic New York are asking us to take another look at life. See for yourself and read the article!
You might also read the Letter to the Editor by Bishop Francis Malooly of the Diocese of Wilmington about the exceptions regarding abortions. There is none.
Most English language readers know little about the person and work of Luigi Giussani.
His vast publications have been virtually unknown in the philosophical or theological academy here in North America. The general public who are well read on religious topics have perhaps heard his name and associate it with a large Catholic lay movement known as “CL.” It […]