Giving hope in Ecuador and Japan

Giving hope in Ecuador and Japan

First news from Focolare communities in countries that have been hit by earthquakes. The extent of the damage is different in each country, but the suffering is the same for the people who have lost everything and had their lives completely distrupted.

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An open letter from Belgium

An open letter from Belgium

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Twenty four year old Samuel Verhegge from Brussels, tells about his own March 22, 1016. In the midst of the general discouragement and pervasive xonphobic sentiments, he tries to find a glimmer of light.

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Long Distance Support in Myanmar

Long Distance Support in Myanmar

A growth opportunity for everyone – families as well as supporters – in a process of promoting life and growth. The testimony of local witnesses.

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Lahore, an attack against humanity

Lahore, an attack against humanity

After the tragic Easter attack that took over 70 lives and left 320 wounded, Pakistan and the city of Lahore is in the midst of mourning.

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A story from the Macedonian border

A story from the Macedonian border

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Italian Religious Information Service (SIR) interview with Dolores Poletto from the Focolare Movement in Skopje, Macedonia. Her account of the refugees stranded in Idomeni, Greece: “In that cold and mud I saw a humanity that was wounded.”

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