Reciprocal love lived, taken seriously, brings joy and true peace. Some examples from around the world.[more]
This year the Easter celebration takes place on the same date for Christians of the Oriental, Orthodox and Western Churches: “Christ is risen!”. Our best wishes to all with a thought of Chiara Lubich of 1975.[more]
Guaratingueta, Brazil. More than 600 young people from 20 Fazendas of several areas in Brazil welcome Focolare president and celebrate their common roots.[more]
“Mariapolis Ginetta”, the birthplace of the Economy of Communion, is situated near Vargem Grande Paulista, 47 km from San Paolo. About 200 people live there and it has several on-going social projects (Bairro do Carmo and Jardim Margarida) and the first ‘Economy of Communion’ Business Park.[more]
Two months after being nominated a member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, we interview Genevieve Sanze, Focolarina, and African representative on the International Commission of the Economy of Communion.[more]
The highlights of the 27 January 2015 official ceremony held at the Cathedral in Frascati (Rome).
Chiara Lubich on two different occasions in 2000, first in Castel Gandolfo (Italy) and then in Fontem (Cameroon), responds to questions of teens of the Focolare Movement. Two answers that are still very relevant today.
A family accompanies a daughter born with a serious illness, as they embrace the sorrows of many other families
The main characters in a series of comic strips that bring a smile to your lips and help you reflect; these lovable characters were brought to life by cartoonist Walter Kostner, to encourage a struggling teenager.
Exchange of experiences among members of the Movement for Unity in Politics (MUP) during a national meeting attended by Focolare president, Maria Voce and co-president Giancarlo Faletti at Mariapolis Gianetta near Sao Paulo, Brazil (April 11, 2014).[more]
Easter wishes from the Focolare president as she and Giancarlo Faletti visit Brazil.[more]
Twenty years after the Rwandan war, the country discovers a way to reunite the people: through the “I am Rwandese” campaign launched by the government and a burial site for victims in the national cemetery. The story of Pina is a sign of peace.[more]