Luigi Giussani: August 2012 Archives

Ignacio Carbajosa Prez.jpgWe continually need to get to the heart of who our influences are as people. That is true of Father Luigi Giussani who is being spoken of not only as the founder of the ecclesial movement of Communion and Liberation but also because his cause for canonization is now being studied. Father Ignacio Carbajosa Pérez, 45, said of Father Luigi Giussani, "For me the most striking thing was to hear this man with this love for my humanity, finally, to find someone who knew very well what is my humanity and then looked upon it in a sympathetic way." (Read more of what Father Ignacio told David Kerr here at The Rimini Meeting 2012.)

Father Ignacio, a Madrid native and currently an Old Testament professor at Madrid's San Damaso Institute, was part presentation at The Rimini meeting 2012 on "Education, Identity and Dialogue." Perhaps the text will be available soon.

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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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