Ever since the beginning of the serious crisis inVenezuela, the uninterrupted flow of people on the run is colliding with a tightening of border laws in neighbouring countries, but the Focolare community in Peru has not stopped welcoming Venezuelans. The story of Silvano Roggero from the focolare in Lima.[more]
The World Meeting of Families is currently underway in Dublin, Ireland. The panel dealing with the topic of education will be presented by Gianni and Maria Salerno who are responsible for Focolare families around the world.[more]
Mary played a particular role in accompanying Jesus throughout his entire journey, from her “yes” at the Annunciation, to the “yes” at the foot of the Cross. In this way she became the Mother of the entire Church.[more]
God’s faithful and everlasting love shows us how we can welcome others.[more]
A love just declared, but already burning the soul. The enchantment of being together, such a happy scene that leads to further choices. That’s the opening scene of any marriage. But then? The contribution to the World Meeting of Families from Anna and Alberto Friso of the Focolare Movement and collaborators of the Dicastery of the Laity, Family and Life.[more]
Palawan, Philippines is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, but it’s not only tourism and pristine beaches. We met Erik and his restaurant where, in addition to fine cooking, we also met his staff who are making a difference.
Choi Funk insegna Architettura all’università De La Salle e con i suoi studenti sta mettendo a punto un progetto per ripulire dai rifiuti il fiume Pasig a Manila. Partner insostituibili sono le persone che vivono nelle baracche sulle rive del fiume.
Migrants. They are not numbers, but people who carry with them a burden of suffering, together with their own culture and hope for a better future. The town of Ventimiglia is one of the frontier “hotspots” on the migrant routes of Europe. Here, some people decided not to ignore them.
When dance is not simply an art form giving one person a future, but does so for many. Mayur, an Indian dancer, tells his own story and that of Mayur’s Dance Academy where people come before the fees to be paid.
The compelling story recounted by Salvatore D’Antona of Naples, a true story that makes us reflect. Here is a sample from his second novel, published by Citta Nuova.[more]
“The peripheries: capital of Italy” is the title of the boot camps held by the young people of the Focolare in Turin, in the regenerated spaces of a former factory, and in Rome, in a district marked by marginalization and degradation. An experience of commitment, interpersonal relations and collaboration with the territory’s associations and institutions.[more]
Local Genfests were held not only in Manila but also in some countries worldwide, with similar experiences for youths of all latitudes and cultures. Here are some of them.[more]