After concerts and workshops with the international group Gen Verde, a teacher and student write their conclusions – a chance outside the concert hall to discuss important themes.[more]
An original project by a couple in Southern Italy plants a seed of communion for many, even as far as away as up north in Trent. “Small is beautiful,” you might say.[more]
“Love is not just sentiment,” Chiara Lubich reminds us, “but it translates into concrete living, in the service of others – especially those next to us – starting with the small things, from the humblest of services.” Here is some brief witness from various parts of the world.[more]
Flashmob at Loppiano (Florence, Italy) and the words of Giusi Nicolini, the ex former Mayor of Lampedusa (Island of Southern Italy), who received the UNESCO Peace Prize.[more]
Pope Francis attends the inauguration of Rome’s home-office of the Scholas Occurentes.[more]
A short interview with the University Rector, Piero Coda on the new developments at Sophia and the witness of two former students from Cameroon and Italy.
News from New Caledonia, Malaysia, Guatemala and Mexico regarding the “race for peace and unity” that was organised worldwide.
Fifty years ago, on 13 June 1967, the first meeting between the founder of the Focolare Movement and Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras I took place in Istanbul. It became a bridge of unity between this outstanding religious figure and Pope Paul VI.
In Perth, the most isolated city on earth, young people and families from a local community connect with migrant families and their needs.
Summer holidays lend themselves to prayer. Some thoughts on the art of praying, by Klaus Hemmerle once bishop of Aachen, Germany (1929-1994).[more]
Gen Rosso and Fazenda da Esperança inaugurate a new Fazenda in Monopoli, southern Italy, with the musical “Campus”.[more]
New Families was founded on July 19, 1967 by Chiara Lubich, who called it “an explosive, apostolic and diffusive” movement, which is now active around the world answering to the needs of the family.[more]