Julián Carrón

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Julián Carrón
Born February 25, 1950
Navaconcejo
Church Catholic Church
Ordained 1975

Julián Carrón (Navaconcejo, February 25, 1950) is a Spanish Catholic priest, and theologian. Since the death of its founder Luigi Giussani in 2005, he has guided the international Catholic movement of Communion and Liberation.[1]

On Tuesday, September 18, 2012, Father Carrón was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI to serve as one of the papally-appointed, non-episcopal Synod Fathers for the October 2012 13th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on the New Evangelization.[2]

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