The “Focolare phenomenon,” from a scientific-sociological viewpoint in the historical and cultural context in which the movement has developed: the precise analysis of Bernhard Callebaut, Belgian sociologist, available in French (Nouvelle Cité, 2010) and now in Italian (Città Nuova, 2017)[more]
Human weakness is undeniable, but it is in weakness that we experience the power of the Lord.[more]
Renzo’s effort to overcome every difficulty and do everything to succeed in achieving the Olympic games for children and adolescents, as every year in the North-East of Brazil. Among the participants were also the victims of domestic sexual abuse, guests of a rehab community.[more]
Città Nuova presents several books at a national book show for independant Italian publishers with the active participation of the local Focolare community.[more]
Safeguarding the dignity of every human being is at the centre of Pope Francis’s message for World Peace Day, which anticipates the themes of the next World Day of Migrants and Immigrants. They are men and women in search of peace, who “enrich the nations that welcome them.”[more]
From Chiara Lubich’s talk on the 20th anniversary of the Gen Movement at Castel Gandolfo, 2nd February 1987.
Study camps and workshops were held over a three-month period by young people of the Focolare Movement in various parts of the world during which they devoted space and time to contribute to the transformation of their own cities.
Forgiveness and dialogue, genuine ‘weapons’ for unity in the country.
He’s Italian and she’s Scottish, and they have three teenage children. They share their difficult challenge in helping them use technology in a healthy and well-balanced manner.
In the lights of a big city like Saigon where people sleep on the sidewalks in front of the high quality shops, Christmas’s message of love and tenderness is more than ever alive.[more]
Spending a few days of the festivities to live an experience of fraternity. Here are some proposals of some of the towns of the Focolare Movement.[more]
Cordoba – Argentina. What do a school principal and a Catholic Bishop have in common? A game that becomes a catalyst to help build – and mend – relationships.[more]