In Man, the Focolare community at Mariapolis Victoria is involved in bringing material and spiritual relief to the peripheries.[more]
The experience of a volunteer with no religious beliefs, in a rehabilitation centre for addicts, who has found in the dialogue that has matured within the Focolare environment, an instrument for welcoming the sufferings of the others.[more]
A Lebanese family who could have escaped to safer surroundings, decides to remain in their country to support their own people and spread hope.[more]
A champion of peace, an antifascist, librarian, husband and father of four children. Journalist, pioneer of the ecumenical movement, Christian involvement in politics and elected to the Italian Constituent Assembly. For these and other reasons Chiara Lubich considered him a co-founder of the Focolare Movement.[more]
The experience of a young woman who was inspired to save her country, by giving rise to a youth movement in favour of civil rights and duties.[more]
From an answer of Chiara Lubich during a meeting held at the Sports Palace in Florence, 17 September 2000.
“No mediocrity! You must aim high with trust, courage and creativity.” This was the invitation launched by Pope Francis to the inhabitants of Loppiano and to all those who wish to become experts in openness towards others.
A variety of initiatives to promote peace and unity all over the world. This year the launch of United World Week started with a big event in Nairobi, from 25th April to 5th May, linked to the Sharing with Africa project.
“What would you answer to someone who holds that true dialogue among different cultures and religions is not possible?” This was a question addressed to Chiara during a meeting with Muslim friends of the Focolare in 2002.
Here’s the second part of the interview with Maria Voce, president of the Focolare Movement, on the contribution of the Movement to interreligious dialogue. The prophecy of Chiara Lubich and the advancement of dialogue today.[more]
On the anniversary of the sacrifice of Abraham, the mutual love of one Moroccan Muslim family from the Focolare draws the providence of God and of the community[more]
Myanmar, a land with more than 50 million inhabitants, located in Southeast Asia. In one small village in the south of the country a project is underway producing biogas electrical energy. It is the fruit of a common effort.[more]