Discovering the art of sketching during the pandemic, Alfie shares his experience through the lens of the Russian novel by Eugene Vodolazkin The Aviator (2018).
Current Events - 2020
A review of "Accatone" (1961) the movie by Pier Paolo Pasolini and its relevancy to us today as it portrays a constant tension between our brokenness and our yearning for the Mystery.
A conversation between Professor Stanley Hauerwas and Professor John Zucchi exploring Giussani’s text and its relevancy for our current cultural and political context in North America.
Is there a hope that does not depend solely on more favourable circumstances? How can the desire for a better future not be disappointed? The talk by Julián Carrón, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
“Hamilton” the musical recounting the story of an oft-overlooked member of the founding fathers reveals to us again the foundation of our unity.
Towards the end of June, the situation with COVID-19 made it clear that the summer vacations normally held across Canada could no longer take place, a few friends in Toronto came together to share their desire and then propose an “alternate vacation.”
The roar, the race to find friends and colleagues, between the rubble and destruction. And fear that returns like a ghost from the past. Rony is Lebanese and works for Avsi, which just launched a fundraiser. His account of Tuesday's tragedy.
"The fact we cannot make the pilgrimage to Czestochowa has not erased the irreducible need that inspires it." Summer proposal for high school and college graduates.
Over the last five months, Dr. Capetti has been at the frontlines of the battle against the Coronavirus in Italy. Following his striking presentation to some University students we decided to contact him and deepen the conversation with him.
Translations of Chapter 3 of Fr. Julián Carrón's book The brilliance in your eyes - What saves us from nothingness?
It started with a small “yes.” Héloïse, along with the rest of the Montréal CL Choir responded to an invitation to go and sing to the residents of the long-term care facilities in Montréal, which had been hardly hit by the pandemic.
A group of GS students from Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa have been meeting on zoom every morning since the shutdown.This morning meeting has become a fundamental moment that sustains their days during the confinement.
She is editor-in-chief of the cultural magazine "Comment" and a keen observer of American society. From her "refuge" in Maryland she says: "Nothing had prepared us for this earthquake of uncertainty. Now we accept the call to change."