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Via Festa del Perdono 7
Pontifical Council for Promoting
Catholic University of America
Advisor On Hispanic Affairs
Comillas Pontifical University
Facultad de Teología del Norte de España
FATHER JULIAN CARRON, is a Spanish priest and professor of theology at the University of Milan.
"With his tireless work, he witnessed to us how faith can become 'intelligence of reality,' with his ability to recognize and embrace anyone without ambiguity, but for love of the truth that is present in every person," said Father Julian Carron, the president of Communion and Liberation, in an Oct. 24 statement.
Msgr. Albacete was a co-founder and instructor at the John Paul II Institute in Washington and taught for many years at St. Joseph Seminary in Yonkers, N.Y. He also served as an advisor on Hispanic affairs to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. It was a chance encounter with Blessed Paul VI in Bogota, Columbia, that led to his priestly vocation. During the pope's visit, he blended in with a group of priests to greet the pontiff. When the pope approached him, he confessed he wasn't a priest, to which Pope Paul VI replied, "Maybe you should think of becoming one.
A talk by Fr. Julian Carron, President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, on the Catholic contribution to the quest for human identity in front of the challenges of our times.
·Exhibit "The Face of Sanctity, the Human Face". The lives of St. Frances Cabrini and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.
The prologue is by the Spanish priest Fr. Julian Carron, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
"One upon a time there was a small group of men who, one day two thousand years ago, met a young man who walked the roads of Galilee. Each had his own job and family but, in an instant, their lives changed. They were called Andrew and John, Peter, Matthew, Thomas, etc. They were twelve and we know them today as the 'Apostles'. ... In Jerusalem at that time everyone knew that they were Jesus' 'friends'. ... Later they were joined by St. Paul ... who from being a persecutor of Christians became the greatest witness to Jesus", writes Fr. Carron. Fr. Carron likewise explains that in this work Benedict XVI "takes us by the hand and accompanies us as we discover who Jesus' first companions were, how they met Him and were conquered by Him to the point that they never abandoned Him". - VIS
Julián Carrón, President, Fraternity of Communion and Liberation Julián Carrón, President, Fraternity of Communion and Liberation Julián Carrón, President, Fraternity of Communion and Liberation Called by Father Giussani to share in the responsibility of the leadership of the Movement, Father Julián Carrón has been President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation since March 19, 2005, and Ecclesiastical Assistant to the Memores Domini since May 13, 2005. Julián Carrón was born in 1950 in Navaconcejo (Cáceres, Spain). While he was still very young, he entered Madrid's Conciliar Seminary, where he completed his secondary and theological studies. He was ordained a priest in 1975, and the following year he obtained a degree in Theology, specializing in Sacred Scripture at the Comillas Pontifical University. He is lecturer at the Complutense University of Madrid. He was appointed Elève Titulaire at the École Biblique et Archéologique Française in Jerusalem, where he worked under the direction of M.-É. Boismard. He spent one year researching at the Catholic University of America (Washington, DC), and is professor at the Theological College of Madrid's Conciliar Seminary. He is head of the Minor Seminary, professor of Religion, and in charge of pastoral care at the Colegio Arzobispal de la Inmaculada y San Dámaso (Madrid), of which he was rector from 1987 to 1994. He obtained a doctorate in Theology from the Facultad de Teología del Norte de España, in Burgos, in 1984. He is lecturer at the San Dámaso Institute of Theology, Religious Science, and Catechetics and ordinary professor of New Testament at the San Dámaso Faculty of Theology in Madrid, where he has taught "Introduction to Sacred Scripture," "The Pauline Corps and Acts of the Apostles," and "Origins of Christianity. On October 11, 2013 Fr. Julián Carrón is received in private audience with Pope Francis.