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30 October 2019



Did you know you can add to the Home Screen on your smartphone or tablet? This allows you to consult the site directly and quickly access the documents that interest you.  


  • Instructions for Android devices. 
    First, open Chrome and navigate to Then, just open the Menu    (the three dots in the upper right) and select “Add to Home Screen,” give the link a name and click “Add.”


  • Instructions for Apple devices with the iOS operating system (iPhone or iPad).
    The first step is the same in Safari as for Chrome. Then, just tap the Share button in the browser’s toolbar    (the square symbol with an arrow pointing up), scroll down and select “Add to Home Screen.”


Once the icon is saved on the Home Screen, you can move it to the position you prefer and use it just as you use an app.

Bergamo | “How can one live?”. A series of talks focused on the book The Religious Sense

A series of talks centering on the first volume of Luigi Giussani’s Percorso, Il senso religioso [ The Religious Sense. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997 ], organized by the “Bergamo Incontra” Association  | Bergamo, December 2018 - May 2019 |



Observing in order to know

Talk by Carmine Di Martino, professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Milan.

Is there a criterion to “judge” all that happens? Is it possible to discover the meaning of things? How do we come to know things?
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Opening oneself to the infinite
Talk by Fr. Stefano Alberto, professor of Theology at the Catholic University of Milan.

The temptation to reduce reason and use it as our measure of reality, rather than a window thrown open to all that happens, is immense, almost irresistible. Can reason be a total openness to reality?
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The proper position of the heart, a condition for knowledge

Talk by Marco Bersanelli, professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Milan.

Each of us has to come to terms with his or her own emotions, moods and dispositions. What value do they have in the inner workings of knowledge? How can we have objective knowledge?
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At the core
of our being

Talk by Carmine Di Martino, professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Milan.

What makes life worth living? What can truly satisfy? These questions are irrepressible because they make up the fabric of humanity. Is there an exhaustive reply?
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The task of reality:
reawakening our ultimate questions

Talk by Fr. Julián Carrón, President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.

Daily life and its circumstances are what awaken these questions in us:
How can one live? How can hope be reignited?

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13 September 2019