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New York | June 22, 2019 | Luigi Giussani Series on Faith & Modernity

18 June 2019

We are happy to notify you of the event: 

A FRIEND ON THE ROAD TO THE MYSTERY

The conversation will explore the distinctive features of Msgr. Luigi Giussani’s proposal for Christian education.

 

June 22, 2019 | 6 pm |

The Sheen Center | 18 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012  
[The event is free. Reservation required: sheencenter.org shows giussani | Live stream ]

 

Panelists: Dr. Timothy O’Malley, Director of Education and Academic Director at the Notre Dame University Center for Liturgy; Editor, Church Life Journal
Dr. John Zucchi, Professor of History and Classical Studies at the McGill University


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“Giussani: A Generative Thought”

We are happy to notify you of the following events marking the publication of the proceedings from the International Conference on “Luigi Giussani – Theological Itinerary and Ecumenical Openness” (December 2017), organized by the Faculty of Theology in Lugano.

The events will be organized by the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, the Cultural Center of Milan, The Italian Association of Cultural Centers, Cantagalli Publishing, the Faculty of Theology in Lugano, the Cultural Center of Rome and Communion and Liberation – International Office
 

23 Jan - 18.30

MILAN
Sala delle Accademie, Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Piazza Pio XI, 2

Panelists: Prof. René Roux, Rector of the Faculty of Theology in Lugano; Prof. Franco Manzi, Dean of Studies at Venegono seminary and Scripture professor at FTIS (Facoltà Teologica dell’Italia Settentrionale in Milan)
Moderated and introduced by: Msgr. Francesco Braschi, Fellow of Biblioteca Ambrosiana

 

 

 

6 Feb - 16.30

ROME
Aula Paolo VI, Pontificia Università Lateranense, Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano, 4

Panelists: Prof. René Roux, Rector of the Faculty of Theology in Lugano; Prof. Patrick Valdrini Professor Emeritus – also former Vice-Rector of the Pontificia Università Lateranense and Rector Emeritus of the Catholic University of Paris; Dr. Pigi Colognesi, journalist
Moderator: Dr. Antonio Tombolini, Editorial Director of Eupress FTL

 



 


23 January 2019

Updates

USER SATISFACTION QUESTIONNAIRE

 

In order to evaluate the level of satisfaction with the new scritti.luigigiussani.org site and to gather data and opinions, which are fundamental for its constant improvement, from July to September 2018 we asked users to fill out an online questionnaire, which was available in Italian, English and Spanish.

The 1,658 respondents (59% males and 41% females) provided an excellent percentage of completion of the survey.

 

RESULTS

Usability

The site was deemed easy to find and navigate, with pleasing graphics and well organized contents; respondents indicated that the information they needed could be found quickly with just a few clicks.

Contents

Almost half of respondents visit the site to consult Giussani’s texts and conduct advanced research. Most responded that the site contains up to date and complete information. Asked why they visit the site, 39% indicated a desire to learn about the texts by Giussani, 35% personal interest, and 9% interest in religious or educational themes.

Technical functionality

In general, respondents did not point to any particular technical difficulties, though the page-turning function for consulting full texts (especially on mobile phones) did not meet with a very good reception.

Curiosity

Having consulted a text on the site, 65% of users went on to buy a paper or eBook version of it.

Satisfaction

Fully 95% of respondents recommend the site to other people, because it is a useful, well-managed and practical instrument for learning about the texts by Fr. Giussani.

Newsletter and social media

A good number of the users already receive the newsletter or would like to receive it, in order to be informed about new publications or new editions, as well as events and presentation of the works. Over half would also like to receive information through the social media channels they most often use (Facebook).

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who responded to the questionnaire.

We will continue to welcome your suggestions, which are truly useful for optimizing navigation of the site!

 

 


19 December 2018