This month’s Word of Life invites us to build bridges and heal fractured relationships.[more]
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an invitation to find throughout the year, the opportunities to share in the progress of the communion between churches and pray together for the fullness of unity. In (Italy) an ecumenical cycling event to give respect to all creation.[more]
Gisella Calliari, one of the first focolarinas, passed away today, on January 20 at the age of 97. Her long life was continually aimed at the realization of Jesus’s dream: that all be one.[more]
During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity we offer some thoughts from the Catholic theologian Klaus Hemmerle (1929-1994), who sees in the reciprocal aspect of the Christian life a common path for all Christians who are in search of unity in the one Spirit.[more]
The guidelines and characteristics of the Focolare Movement’s ecumenical commitment in the reflection, “universal brotherhood is an irreversible path,” of the Co-President, Jesús Morán.[more]
Changing perspectives and embracing differences – the first step to building a more united world together
A teacher and ex- national hockey player, together with the Focolare community in Mumbai to which she belongs, gathers families and young people giving them the hope of a better future.
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.
From Chiara Lubich’s talk on the 20th anniversary of the Gen Movement at Castel Gandolfo, 2nd February 1987.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25) is provides an excellent opportunity to know one another better. The story of a young Syro-Orthodox Christian who discovers in the Focolare a way to contribute toward unity with her own life.[more]
Many young people of the Focolare Movement are among the 15,000 volunteers who have been working for some time now in the organisation of Pope Francis’s trip to Chile and Peru. “An unforgettable experience.”[more]
In Venezuela, due to the worsening economic crisis and serious lack of basic essentials, many families are forced to leave the country. Ofelia and Armando, upon leaving their country, were received in the community of the Focolare of Lima (Peru).[more]