During the presidential campaign season, the Focolare community in the USA worked together to propose positive and constructive methods for dialogue across the divide.[more]
While a Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will soon be celebrated in the southern hemisphere, a special “Ecumenical Week” has already concluded in the northern hemisphere: 700 Christians of 69 Churches and ecclesial Communities from 42 countries and 4 continents.[more]
On 23 May, Pope Francis chose the new President of the Italian Bishops’ Conference. Maria Voce extends warm felicitations on behalf of the Focolare Movement.[more]
Last April, the city of Mocoa, which lies some 500 km south of Bogota, was overwhelmed by fierce floods. But from all the mud and sorrow life is been reborn.[more]
Where is my heart heading to? This existential query was the object of reflection of about 50 Muslims and Christians gathered together close to Lausanne, in the name of friendship and continuity.[more]
Régine, herself an immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo, goes beyond her personal drama and transforms her suffering into ideas and projects for others in need.
True love means giving freely without self-interest: a few characteristics of genuine dialogue Chiara Lubich mentioned when she met with friends of non-religious beliefs at Castel Gandolfo on 8th February 1998.
While United World Week 2017 is at the countdown stage, here is a proposal for peace launched by Chiara Lubich to thousands of young people, from 92 nations, representatives of various faiths and cultures, who gathered at the Coliseum in Rome on 26 May 2002.
Tina and Sandro are building fraternity with migrants. “F CR Project” not only provides basic needs, but also art forms that feed people’s souls.
The Restaurant of Mercy in Amman even caught the attention of Queen Rania.[more]
200 members of major religions from 13 Asian countries met for a unique experience of dialogue and sharing at the School of Oriental Religions in Tagaytay.[more]
In Emilia Romagna in central Italy, Youth for a United World projects continue. United as emblems of fraternity: a mural and friendship with young Muslims from Ravenna.[more]