Advent makes us contemplate on the disarming mystery of a God who exposes himself for each one of us. A reflection of Pasquale Foresi (1929-2015), the first focolarino priest and Co-President of the Focolare.[more]
A country of immense beauty and natural resources, but also full of challenges. The message: work in synergy for forgiveness and peace, paying special attention to the youth and the environment.[more]
In Syria, the people want peace, and ask themselves who wants war and continues to supply weapons instead of food and medicine. Here is the testimony of someone who lives with the war and still hopes.[more]
The first steps of Up2me, a global educational project that was requested by parents and youth leaders, to help children during their growing years; with support from Sophia University Institute.[more]
Big celebrations in Taung, where 120 years ago, the first Catholic Mission was established in South Africa. And where also the Focolare landed 30 years ago. The success story of a person-centred school.[more]
Video highlights of the event
A Syrian family share how they are welcomed in Austria by the Syro-Orthodox Church together with the Focolare community.
A 16 year old girl from Houston, Texas, shares how she lives with Crohn’s Disease, overcoming her fears. An experience which emanates strength and light.
A video which relates the story of the relationship that exists between the Patriarch of Constantinople and the Focolare Movement, starting back from the profound encounters between Patriarch Athenagoras, Pope Paul VI and Chiara Lubich.
The 34th Ecumenical Conference of Bishops, friends of the Focolare Movement, is being held in Istanbul from 25 to 30 November 2015. The group is much awaited by His Holiness Bartholomew I.[more]
From 25 to 30 November, three nations – Kenya, Uganda, and the Republic of Central Africa will receive Pope Francis on behalf of the entire African continent during his apostolic journey to Africa where he will not only delve into the social wounds, but also the challenges and potentials of the African continent.[more]
The economist, Luigino Bruni, in his Sunday column called “Regenerations” published in the Italian Avvenire newspaper, affirms that the builders of peace are those who forego their own peace and tranquility in order to make other people’s lives more peaceful.[more]