A metà marzo alcune isole del Pacifico meridionale sono state investite dalla furia (250 Km/h) del ciclone Pam. Notizie da una comunità dei Focolari ai confini del mondo, dove è in corso da tempo un progetto AMU.[more]
On the hills of Mt. Cameroon in Buea, a week-long gathering on the Economy of Communion, with students of the Catholic University of Buea. Steps towards the big appointment with the EoC in Kenya.[more]
Vatican Radio’s interview with Palmira Frizzera, one of the first companions of Chiara Lubich on the 7th anniversary of her death. “We had chosen God as the Ideal of our lives.”[more]
Turkey. On the 7th anniversary of Chiara Lubich’s birth in Heaven, the presentation of two of her books translated into Greek. The words of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I.[more]
Direct link-up with a teacher in a refugee camp inn Kurdistan, Iraq. Promoting projects for an emergency that is ongoing.[more]
Vision, viewpoints, and stories will be underlying themes of the global event “Chiara Lubich: Unity and Politics”.
Like thousands of others, Iyad’s family had to unexpectedly abandon their home in Mosul and their country Iraq. A painful exile, made significant by the welcome in France of those who live the same ideal of unity.
A summary of Chiara’s talk at a symposium held at the United Nations Headquarters (New York), 28 May 1997: Toward a Unity of Nations and a Unity of Peoples. #politcs4unity
An extract of a talk given to a group of parliamentarians gathered in a hall at the House of Commons at Westminster, London, on June 22, 2004 #politics4unity
Denying oneself and entering into God’s way of thinking. Brief experiences related to the Word of Life of March: “Whoever wants to follow me. . .”[more]
From 2 to 5 March the “Haus Schoenblick” (Schwaebisch Gmuend) Evangelical Training Center close to Stuttgard and the heads of 80 evangelical movements and some Catholic representatives, reflected on the actuality of their own charisms.[more]
Interview with Congolese biologist Pierre Kabeza: «there are things we cannot understand or see clearly if not with eyes that have cried.» His commitment for his own people.[more]