A reflection by Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolare Movement, for the Feast of Christ the King[more]
The November Word of Life indicates service as a way of life that goes against the current. The personal testimony of Francesca, a Maths teacher in adult education at a prison school.[more]
Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 8.00pm, time for the live transmission of the monthly link-up with Focolare members from around the world. The microphone is handed over to TV journalist Paolo Balduzzi present at the Mariapolis Centre in Castel Gandolfo, Rome.[more]
The Host Spot project in Alexandria has concluded with a new awareness and a renewed commitment to create a pathway for peace. But it doesn’t end here![more]
The Focolare Movement has also responded to the Pope’s appeal for a “Day of the Poor”. Pope Francis had established it on last November 19th. A look at some of the efforts from the North to the South of Italy.[more]
Study camps and workshops were held over a three-month period by young people of the Focolare Movement in various parts of the world during which they devoted space and time to contribute to the transformation of their own cities.
Forgiveness and dialogue, genuine ‘weapons’ for unity in the country.
He’s Italian and she’s Scottish, and they have three teenage children. They share their difficult challenge in helping them use technology in a healthy and well-balanced manner.
Roberto Cipollone (Ciro), craftsman and artist, has his studio in Loppiano. He breathes life, meaning and beauty into discarded items. “An object comes my way and something happens inside of me; I just transform it.“
The personal testimony of someone who was present at Genfest 1975, held in conjunction with the Holy Year in Rome. There were 20,000 young people, from all 5 continents, gathered at Palaeur Stadium. Chiara Lubich presented them to Pope Paul VI: “A new world is born.”[more]
In the upcoming World Day for Children’s rights (20 November), some reflections of the German theologian, Klaus Hemmerle (1929-1994)[more]
Changing the rules of the economic system not only to address poverty, but to build a system whereby the number of people living in poverty decreases. A challenge launched in Brussels at the Economy of Communion seminar.[more]