The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which is celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere, on January 18 – 25, offers an opportunity to highlight not only many events that are taking place around the world, but also the daily dialogue of life among ordinary Christians, aroused by Chiara Lubich’s charism.[more]
In the name of interreligious dialogue based on the Spirituality of unity, three Thai Buddhist monks visited some Buddhist leaders and groups of Christians in Ho Chi Minh City.[more]
One group of future priests discovers the secret to building unity and making the Church a “home and school of communion”. Giving up our lives for each other.[more]
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Focolare Movement’s section dedicated to the family. It is an ideal opportunity to take the time to appreciate the enduring value of this basic cell of society.[more]
The border between Thailand and Myanmar, north-east of Thailand, the new frontier eyed by multinational industries. The very place where a new Gospel-inspired project is taking root.[more]
Easykit is a business making do-it-yourself goods whose profit is shared among the employees, and given to help people who are very poor, both locally and abroad.
GB&W creations by Walter Kostner
“Love which asks for nought and gives its all” is Alfonso’s secret whereby he and many others have given hope to prisoners inside and after release from the Rebibbia (Rome)
Several testimonies from a country which has not been at peace for decades, where people are engaged in the difficult task of peace building.
We look at this country through the testimony of some members of the Focolare community: their work for refugees and their daily commitment to build a better and more peaceful future.[more]
Three Focolare members from Bobo Dioulasso go to Niger by way of Dor, the most northern city of Burkina. They are welcomed by the archbishop and several Focolare communities from the Sahel lands that are mostly Muslim.[more]
Face to face with Piotr Zygulski, born in 1993, from a Polish father and an Italian mother, student of the Sophia University Institute. An insight on why he made such an important decision.[more]