Fifty five young people from European and Middle Eastern countries arrive for the first stage of the Host Spot Project which will be held at a refugee welcome centre in Madaba, Jordan, in Jerusalem and in the Palestinian territories. The testimony of Marco Desalvo from New Humanity.[more]
In May 1993 the then bishop of Aachen, Germany, underwent surgery to halt an already spreading illness. After a long convalescence he talked about the discovery of a new way of looking at people and creation.[more]
During 19-28 September 2016, a delegation of 40 people from Cameroon, including nine traditional leaders, native Kings of the Bangwa Tribe of Lebialem, Southwest Cameroon, made a pilgrimage to Italy.[more]
The cause for the beatification of Carlo Grisolia and Alberto Michelotti started in Genoa on 25 September 2008. The two young members of the Focolare had together made the commitment to live their lives according to the Gospel.[more]
The great news that we are not orphans, abandoned to ourselves, but sons and daughters of a Father who cares for each one of us, calls for a change of thinking and a new concern for what has been entrusted to us: the world and all its people.[more]
From Chiara Lubich’s talk on the 20th anniversary of the Gen Movement at Castel Gandolfo, 2nd February 1987.
Study camps and workshops were held over a three-month period by young people of the Focolare Movement in various parts of the world during which they devoted space and time to contribute to the transformation of their own cities.
Forgiveness and dialogue, genuine ‘weapons’ for unity in the country.
He’s Italian and she’s Scottish, and they have three teenage children. They share their difficult challenge in helping them use technology in a healthy and well-balanced manner.
The story from someone that has visited the South American country with a special focus on the very young, their desire for redemption, hope for the future and being the builders of that future.[more]
Conferred on Dr Butalia from Ohio State University for his commitment to peace-building and dialogue. The award spotlights people who are dedicated to building bridges of unity[more]
In Assisi, the 30th Day of Prayer for peace has just ended. The event, called for by Pope John Paul II in 1986, was attended by Pope Francis as a sign of continuity with his predecessors.[more]