“I don’t solve their problems, but at least they feel they have someone who cares about them. . .”.
At Lumsa University of Rome graduates in Italian and European Economy make a commitment to exercise their profession according to an ethical oath, promoted by economist Luigino Bruni.
We present the first in a four-part series of an address given by Klaus Hemmerle, late bishop of Aachen, Germany, to an international convention of priests, religious and seminarians held at the Vatican on April 30, 1982.
Vatican Radio interview with a woman living in the Gaza Strip. Firsthand account of the suffering. “Only God can change this reality of death.”
These words are resounding in each one of us, directed to us by the Christians in the Middle East. They urge us not to remain powerless in front of the drama that is being perpetuated before the eyes of the whole world.
A summer camp in the outskirts of Sicily, examines the problems of adolescence and works for the local region. With refugees they come up with a plan for the insertion of refugees who have just crossed the Mediterranean.