My “Sophian” vocation

My “Sophian” vocation

Face to face with Piotr Zygulski, born in 1993, from a Polish father and an Italian mother, student of the Sophia University Institute. An insight on why he made such an important decision.

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The Gospel lived: love welcomes the other

The Gospel lived: love welcomes the other

The year 2017 starts with a phrase of the Gospel, the “Word of life,” that pushes us towards the others to serve them with concrete acts. Here are some brief experiences from different countries.

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Rome. Teaching in the outskirts

Rome. Teaching in the outskirts

Children are the protagonists of Christmas. But not all are happy and protected. A book edited by New City, entitled, “Children in trouble,” talks about childhood distress and the possible solutions.

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A path towards reconciliation in Myanmar

A path towards reconciliation in Myanmar

We look at this country through the testimony of some members of the Focolare community: their work for refugees and their daily commitment to build a better and more peaceful future.

The Flame

The Flame

GB&W creations by Walter Kostner

Italy: The many faces that make up one story

Italy: The many faces that make up one story

“Love which asks for nought and gives its all” is Alfonso’s secret whereby he and many others have given hope to prisoners inside and after release from the Rebibbia (Rome)

Peace: banning violence from our hearts

Peace: banning violence from our hearts

The year 2017 started with the news of the umpteenth terrorist attack. Pope Francis invitation to work for peace, and from Istanbul: “We want to continue living for peace”.

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World Day of Prayer for Peace

World Day of Prayer for Peace

Excerpts from the Pope’s message on “Non-Violence as a style of politics for peace” for the 2017 World Day of Prayer for Peace. “No religion is violent.”

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