A champion of peace, an antifascist, librarian, husband and father of four children. Journalist, pioneer of the ecumenical movement, Christian involvement in politics and elected to the Italian Constituent Assembly. For these and other reasons Chiara Lubich considered him a co-founder of the Focolare Movement.
Here’s the second part of the interview with Maria Voce, president of the Focolare Movement, on the contribution of the Movement to interreligious dialogue. The prophecy of Chiara Lubich and the advancement of dialogue today.
As we continue to cover the history of the Focolare we focus this time on the years in which the Catholic Church was studying the nascent Movement, which anticipated several key points that were later expressed in the Second Vatican Council.