Amidst the contradictions of so many big cities, a small group of volunteers forms a strong support network amongst immigrant families in one of the most disadvantaged areas of the city of Seongnam.[more]
The Christian mayor of Bethlehem, Vera Baboun, talks about her political commitment that is spiritually motivated for the good of her people.[more]
An international meeting of EcoOne in Budapest, Hungary attended by eighty representatives of the NGO, university faculty members, civil servants and students from different countries. The Piero Pasolini Prize is awared to 5 young researchers.[more]
One of the first focolarini passed away on May 29, 2016. He was a doctor, psychologist, priest and theologian. Born in Padua, Italy, on October 16, 1929, he shared in the spiritual formation of hundreds of young men from around the world.[more]
This business model centres on the human person and the reduction of poverty and inequality. Thoughts from Luigi Bruni and a message from Focolare president Maria Voce.[more]
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Strong Without Violence workshops, Montevideo (Uruguay)
Highlights of Youth Forum held at the Santo Tomas University, Manila, Philippines, during 23-24 May 2016.
50 years after the first Focolare communities were established in Asia, it was a chance to share the journey so far and renew commitment for now and for the future.
Interview with Professor Adam Biela on the 20th anniversary of the conferral of the Honoray Doctorate to Chiara Lubich at John Paul II University of Lublin, Poland.[more]
An interdisciplinary Congress is being held on 3-4 June 2016 at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin in Poland to mark the 20th anniversary of the honorary doctoral degree in Social Sciences awarded to Chiara Lubich.[more]
Johnson’s challenge to restore peace in his village in Marsabit was one of the experiences presented at the International Ecumenical Movement Kenyan Chapter on 27 May 2016. The address given by Maria Voce, President of the Focolare Movement focussed on the theme “Ecumenism, Healing and Reconciliation”.[more]