The Focolare Movement wishes to express its gratitude for the support it has received after the recent earthquakes in central and southern regions of the country, on the 7th and 9th of September.[more]
Small groups of adults and young people spend brief periods in remote and often frontier regions of the world, to help keep communities of people that live the ideal of unity to be more united.[more]
In the midst of divisions and conflicts, Klaus Hemmerle’s vision of a more “human” world is quite timely and illuminating.[more]
From 11 to 15 September, an International Seminar took place in Rome, in preparation for the Synod of Bishops on the status of young people. Walking together to generate change.[more]
“Building bridges – go4peace 2017” is the camp for peace which took place at Shkodër, in Albania, from 10 to 22 August, with young people from 12 different countries. You can see their faces in the video clip “Yourope.”[more]
Roberto Cipollone (Ciro), craftsman and artist, has his studio in Loppiano. He breathes life, meaning and beauty into discarded items. “An object comes my way and something happens inside of me; I just transform it.“
Manila, Philippines, 6-7-8 July 2018. © 2017 Focolare Movement – Youth for a United World
Four families from the Philippines, England, Vietnam and Russia, recount their experience lived at the “Loreto School” (Loppiano, Italy) which has hosted thousands of familes from all over the world for 35 years.
150 Km from Budapest, Hungarians, Roms and people of other nationalities meet to get to know one another, to share and to discover they are brothers and sisters.
The Pope’s invitation during the World Youth Day (WYD) 2013 in Rio, gives rise in Juiz de Fora, to a group of young missionaries of various movements, parishes and new communities, promoted by the young people of the Focolare.[more]
The Word of God invites us to live life to the fullest even when suffering and unforeseen circumstances appear on our path.[more]
To choose and to love the One who, in the climax of his love for humanity, cried out on the cross: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” A profound reflection by theologian Pasquale Foresi.[more]