Friday, February 20, 2009

Something good to watch

Chris Bacich is the National Director for Communion & Liberation in the United States. I urge you to watch his appearance last night on EWTN's Life on the Rock, especially if you are curious about CL. Forward to about 16 minutes into the program to start watching when Chris' portion begins.

UPDATE: Suzanne posts something else that I find hopeful and sad. It is about Fr. Aldo Trento, a priest of the Missionary Fraternity of St. Charles Borromeo, who is a part of the great charism that is Communion & Liberation. It is people, like Fr. Trento, who bear witness that "[t]he presence of Christ is the only fact that can give meaning to pain and to injustice."


  1. That was great to watch, thanks for posting the link.

    As well, thank you for the latest issue of Traces, I've been enjoying it, in particular 'From Faith, The Method'
    I need to get us subscribed, though Tamara can't join us she always likes to read it.

  2. Traces is great. I think you're at the point where you have had enough exposure that it is clicking. Whenever Tamara is able, please let her know it is alright come. Holly would love to attend, but right now it just isn't possible.

  3. I agree that Page One this month is exceptional


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