From providing for the basic needs to a “counter attack” for peace, the opening of homes to refugee families. (Extra)ordinary stories of the warm reception of refugees.[more]
It is a painful human drama whichever way you look at it – whether to escape or whether to stay in a martyred nation like Syria. Some families in Damascus share their personal stories.[more]
Interview with Nancy O’Donnell, psychologist and psychotherapist from New York, Professor in Psychology, on how to take on one’s illness with hope.[more]
They will be performing in Scotland, England and Wales from October 4th to December 5th. Ten appointments, a dozen workshops, and encounters with people from different churches and religions. The goal? To show that diversity is not a threat but a richness that is worth welcoming. We chat with Sally McAllister, the group’s manager.[more]
More than 100,000 people from all over Italy will join in Pope Francis’s prayer for the Synod. The Holy Father’s word echoes in the testimonials of families and the reflections of exponents of the five ecclesial movements.[more]
We, the Youth for a United World, together with everyone from the Focolare Movement, would like to launch a proposal and reach out to as many people possible! Let’s start invading our social media from September 11th, uploading a picture with the hashtag #OpenYourBorders.
A project forming young peace-builders in the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand.
The small community of Minsk sets out to meet the need of a Catholic parish: the purchase of a container to be used as a catechism classroom.
Despite being quite diverse, two firms have found a common synergy through the Economy of Communion project.
Two innovative projects that could change the lives and perspectives of the African youth, families and entrepreneurs were presented at the National Congress of the Economy of Communion networks.[more]
From immigration to the celebration of Mass for the crowds. How Pope Francis changed the face of the nation.[more]
In St. Peter’s Square on October 3 at 5:00 p.m., for the Synod on the Family which will take place from October 4-25.[more]