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Communion and Liberation Movement: How to celebrate the Year of Faith

JULIíN CARRí?N President, Communion and Liberation "As a movement within the Church, we're  planning on living out the Year of Faith by following the Pope. If you think about it, he opened the Synod on the New Evangelization, then the Year of Faith. He has given catechesis on faith. So, following the Pope's teachings during the Year of Faith will be fascinating.â? Julian Carron is the president of Communion and Liberation which was actually explicitly mentioned during Synod. The movement has been very successful in bringing back faith, to those who had turned away from it. JULIíN CARRí?N President, Communion and Liberation "Don Giussani began this movement because he noticed what the Pope was already saying. He noticed that faith was no longer something that was instilled automatically.â? The movement, Communion and Liberation was born in Italy back in 1969. It was founded by Italian priest Luigi Giussani. It currently has roughly 200,000 members in 70 countries. BR/KLH AA - -PR