Presentation of the “ITALIA per” Project in collaboration with Sophia University Institute (SUI), February 17, 2917 in the Main Hall. The tour in Italy begins in Loppiano.[more]
Chiara Lubich affirmed that conflict and family crises could be resolved, by following the One who became an individual without relationships for our sake. The family becomes the setting for God’s presence amongst us.[more]
He was a trusted guide for many. We remember him on his Month’s Mind as the Church celebrates the the World Day of the Sick. He lived his many years of physical immobility in an exemplary manner.[more]
In a quarter on Sicily’s outskirts a hundred young people become main actors in Start Now, a Peace Education Project that uses the language of art and music[more]
Jos Van Boxel, Belgian, who lived for 23 years in Zambia, Tanzania and Uganda with the White Fathers, tells of his first encounter with the Focolare and the choice to become a missionary.[more]
Mathare, a slum of 500,000 people in Nairobi, Kenya. Some Focolare families transform the chapel into a school building during the week, helping to change the lives of children and families. Now they have a future!!
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.
Easykit is a business making do-it-yourself goods whose profit is shared among the employees, and given to help people who are very poor, both locally and abroad.
GB&W creations by Walter Kostner
From Nigeria to Germany, from Italy to Bolivia, inumerable initiatives fruit of an ecumenism of life that took place during the recent Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, January 18-25.[more]
This month’s Scripture invites us to create new relationships in the places we live and work, rather than being resigned to evils that are greater than us and can make us grow indifferent.[more]
Pope Francis received 1200 entrepreneurs, young people and scholars involved in the Economy of Communion in 54 different countries.No to an economy that kills. Yes to an economy of communion.[more]