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Hope Always Surprises Me
February 14 @ 6:00 pm EST
Stories of new beginnings with Mikel Azurmendi, sociologist, Carolina Brito, school principal, Fr. Dustin Feddon, founder of Joseph House, Matthew Laracy, founder of the Magnificat Home, Juan Tapia-Mendoza, founder of Pediatrics 2000 and member of SOMOS Community Care, and Gabriel Tunage-Cooper, resident at Joseph House, followed by concluding remarks by Julián Carrón, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation
Is it reasonable to hope when we look back at 2020, with all its hardships, uncertainty, injustice, divisions? Yes, if we recognize that the radical neediness we experienced revealed an expectancy, which expresses itself as the desire to keep walking. Even in the worst suffering, even in deepest pain, something in us looks forward. Deep inside us, there is inscribed the promise of a better future. Fr. Giussani once said, “Reality, as it emerges in experience, is so positive that it presents itself as inexorably appealing. Instead of appealing, we might use another word … promising.” Speakers in our last event will share stories of new beginnings.