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Julian Carron

Professor of Theology

University of Milan

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University of Milan

Via Festa del Perdono 7

Milano, Lombardy,20122

Italy

Background Information

Employment History

President

Pontifical Council for Promoting


Affiliations

Catholic University of America

Advisor On Hispanic Affairs


Education

degree

Theology

Comillas Pontifical University


doctorate

Theology

Facultad de Teología del Norte de España


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pinionmarc.com

FATHER JULIAN CARRON, is a Spanish priest and professor of theology at the University of Milan.


denvercatholic.org [cached]

Q & A with Father Julián Carrón, president of Communion and Liberation
But when the faith is lived out as a relationship that began with an encounter with a person that we find so fascinating that we couldn't imagine living another moment without Him, it becomes a thing of beauty, says the president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, Father Julián Carrón. Father Carrón is the successor to Father Luigi Giussani, founder of the movement known by its members as "CL," and the author of Disarming Beauty: Essays on Faith, Truth and Freedom (Notre Dame Press, 2017). In this interview with Denver Catholic, Father Carrón speaks more deeply about what he calls the "event" of Christianity, and what we can do to be profound witnesses for our culture. Q: In Disarming Beauty you speak of Christianity as "an event" that is "full of attractiveness," and which "seizes human beings with its beauty. For many, being Catholic boils down to going to Mass on Sunday, which is often found to be, to put it bluntly, boring and of little consequence to "real life". How can we as Catholics rediscover that "event" of Christianity and recover a sense of the beauty of the faith? Father Carrón: It is enough to observe what happens in the life of each one of us when we find a really significant person for our life (for example, when we fall in love). Father Carrón: I understand that if Christianity is reduced to a set of precepts to be followed, the Christian life is perceived as an unbearable burden. No one would marry just to wash dishes, get the groceries or clean house. One gets married because he has found someone so significant that he does not want to lose out on living his life in her company. Then, because you want to create a beautiful environment to share with the loved one, you decorate the house or clean it, or make a good meal. No one who lives an experience like this has the perception of losing his freedom. On the contrary, he has a sense of fulfillment. Ultimately he is free, because he has found someone who, by her presence, fills his life with joy. On so many occasions, we see that love cools and we begin the search for someone to re-enchant us. This also happened in the time of Jesus. The Samaritan woman had been married to five husbands, but she was still unsatisfied. It was then that Jesus challenged her with an unexpected and surprising promise, offering her water that could satisfy her. Who among us would not have asked as she did, "Give me this water"? Father Carrón: Find people in your parish, association or movement who live Christianity as something fascinating, and who can accompany you as you live this situation. Father Carrón: I was able to discover my own nature when I encountered people who awakened in me an awareness of my humanity. Father Carrón: Whoever has found a living Christian experience cannot avoid being changed, transformed in time. Communion and Liberation is present today in some 80 countries, and is led by Father Julián Carrón.


denvercatholic.org [cached]

Communion and Liberation is present today in some 80 countries, and is led by Father Julián Carrón.


www.catholicstandard.org [cached]

"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.


www.standardnewswire.com

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.


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