From 5 September to 3 November, the band will travel for 15,700 km and stage 14 concerts with the participation of 1,400 young people.[more]
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I awarded an honorary doctoral degree in the culture of unity from the Sophia University Institute for “his service to the unity of the human family”.[more]
The prize was officially awarded on 2 October 2015, at the European Parliament in Luxembourg.[more]
Fifty years from the conclusion of the Second Vatican Council, a book illustrates that period which marked a decisive turning point in the history of the Catholic Church and its relationship with the world. Caterina Ruggiu of the Chiara Lubich Centre presents an outline.[more]
Maria Angélica and Luis, from Bogota, are two of the 18 couples taking part in the Synod on the Family at the Vatican (October 4-25, 2015). They share their family’s experience of working in a marginalised quarter of their city where they assist and accompany other couples.[more]
Other people’s needs become our own. At Embu, near Nairobi, everyone becomes a friend.
Can hope dwell in one of the largest slums of Nairobi?
(Italiano) «Anche voi, Comunità e Movimenti cristiani nati in Europa, siete portatori di molteplici carismi, doni di Dio da mettere a disposizione». (Vai al testo)
(Italiano) “I Cristiani sono chiamati a dimostrare il principio fondamentale della Chiesa, che è comunione (koinonia)”. Video in inglese, testo in italiano.
In the face of the recent escalation of violence in the Holy Land Pope Francis invites us to pray: “Hope and progress flow only from peaceful choices. So, let us join together in one intense and faith-filled prayer to the Lord.”[more]
The 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics went to British-born Angus Deaton for “his studies on consumption choices, poverty and development.” Luigino Bruni, Professor of Economy and Coordinator of the Economy of Communion International network explains the reasons for the award.[more]