Around a hundred young people from Caldas da Rainha, Portugal launched a Day of Solidarity entitled: Revolutionise Your City With Love, with multiple projects and activities geared towards the most marginalised.
At a distance of 24 years, the witness of the light and joy of her life continues to be greatly relevant today. On February 27, a remembrance of her at the Maria Theotókos Sanctuary.
The Focolare Movement’s first encounter with a cultural group that had a connection with traditional religions occurred when a group of focolarinos, doctors, moved to Cameroon in the 1960s.
A team of NetOne held a Seminar on Communication in the Island of the Carribean Island that was detroyed by the earthquake of 2010. The life of the Gospel is at the basis of the sharing that makes us all brothers.
The focolarini from Florianopolis move to the outskirts of the city, in Morro Monte Serrat – Alto da Caeira, where the most marginalized population on the island live in south Brazil.
In the capital of the Central African Republic assailed by armed conflicts two teens of the Focolare experience that evangelical love drives away fear and makes peace blossom amidst the ruins.