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Thursday, April 4, 2013
New information about the Focolare Movement in Spain, in four languages: Castilian, Catalan, Basque and Galician. Renewed graphics in keeping with an international web portal.

Focolare.org/espana went online on 14 March, the day when throughout the world is celebrated the anniversary of the death of Chiara Lubich (1920-2008).

The new Spanish web page’s vocation is to bring together the life of the entire Focolare Movement and its members from all the peoples of Spain, its commitment in civil society and the church, starting from the spirituality of unity that animates it and leads it to build bridges of dialogue across the spectrum, in its attempt to contribute to a fairer and more united world.

The contents of the new site can be read in Castilian, Catalan, Basque and Galician, so as to meet the needs of the various peoples of Spain.

The new version of the site is a way to find out more about the Focolare Movement, its history, founder, spirituality, organization, projects, news and initiatives both in Spain and in the world.

Special attention is given to important events like the coming World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, critical situations in the world such as the war in Syria or other points of conflict across the globe. Situations are interpreted through the words of those who take part in them, Focolare members living in those trouble spots who seek, laying their own lives on the line, to help others in need and to build, on a daily basis, relationships of solidarity and fraternity that will lead to lasting peace

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