Economy and Work
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Chiara Lubich e Giosi GuellaTheir awareness that God shows his love through the circumstances of life, even the painful ones, gave the desire to the first focolarine who were in danger of losing their lives beneath the bombs, that they should be buried together in a single tomb with the inscription: “We have believed in love.” This awareness of being loved by God made them able to be ready to give their lives each for the other. This led to the sharing of all their spiritual and material possessions, the sharing of all their aspirations, of their fears, and their dreams.

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Daily Life
I decided to quit
Monday, January 31, 2011
Loppiano Prima Cooperative: The Courage of a Prophecy
Saturday, September 22, 2012
This is the first in a series of articles about Loppiano Prima Cooperative, which is based in the Focolare international town. It looks at the Cooperative’s origins, personnel and projects.
Margarita and the Women from Tinku Kamayo
Thursday, March 8, 2012
At the foot of the Andes Mountains, a workshop called Tinku Kamayu (“gathered for work”).
Work and the rediscovery of a social awareness
Monday, February 20, 2012
From Chiara Lubich's talk at the meeting on Economy and work in the New Humanity Movement, Rome – 1984. For a reflection on social justice.