The Youth for a United World of various provinces of Argentina and Paraguay spent more than week in Salta, for a holiday in the name of solidarity.[more]
In 1966 the first group of men and women focolarini arrived in Manila. This marked the beginning of the spread of the spirituality of unity in many Asian countries, along the lines of interreligious dialogue and a meeting between cultures.[more]
Four significant moments of interreligious dialogue for the Focolare’s international delagation in India: New Delhi, Kolhapur, Coimbatore and Mumbai. In the academic world at Mumbai, and shared projects between the Focolare and Shanti Ashram.[more]
Maria Voce and Jesús Morán have concluded a visit to India (January 15 – February 11) that was marked by interreligious dialogue. We share some of the highlights in a three-part series of articles beginning with Delhi.[more]
A profession chosen out of love: 400 workers in the field of education and youth, from 39 countries, united by their dedication to the new generations. A difficult task? Yes, but possible when we do it together.[more]
We look at this country through the testimony of some members of the Focolare community: their work for refugees and their daily commitment to build a better and more peaceful future.
Easykit is a business making do-it-yourself goods whose profit is shared among the employees, and given to help people who are very poor, both locally and abroad.
GB&W creations by Walter Kostner
“Love which asks for nought and gives its all” is Alfonso’s secret whereby he and many others have given hope to prisoners inside and after release from the Rebibbia (Rome)
The last months of 2015 will go down in the history of Paraguay as the epoch in which the youth revived its leading and ongoing role in civic actions. The story of the Focolare youth’s commitment.[more]
The historic encounter between the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, Kirill and Pope Francis marks an important step on the journey to reconciliation between the Churches, and towards the unity among Christians.[more]
An experience shared by Giulio Ciarrocchi in the ambit of the World Day of the Sick (February 11). For 21 years he has been living with the results of a stroke.[more]