The Pope’s invitation during the World Youth Day (WYD) 2013 in Rio, gives rise in Juiz de Fora, to a group of young missionaries of various movements, parishes and new communities, promoted by the young people of the Focolare.[more]
The Word of God invites us to live life to the fullest even when suffering and unforeseen circumstances appear on our path.[more]
To choose and to love the One who, in the climax of his love for humanity, cried out on the cross: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” A profound reflection by theologian Pasquale Foresi.[more]
Reflections from Focolare members, after the Pope’s historic visit. The journey to peace begins with social justice and reconciliation. Young people raise their voices in favour of a culture of encounter.[more]
Roberto Cipollone (Ciro), craftsman and artist, has his studio in Loppiano. He breathes life, meaning and beauty into discarded items. “An object comes my way and something happens inside of me; I just transform it.“
Manila, Philippines, 6-7-8 July 2018. © 2017 Focolare Movement – Youth for a United World
Four families from the Philippines, England, Vietnam and Russia, recount their experience lived at the “Loreto School” (Loppiano, Italy) which has hosted thousands of familes from all over the world for 35 years.
150 Km from Budapest, Hungarians, Roms and people of other nationalities meet to get to know one another, to share and to discover they are brothers and sisters.
We are ten months away from the Genfest in Manila. The title chosen for the event is Beyond All Borders, an idea that has already inspired social projects in favour of a more united and supportive world, like the MILONGA Project.[more]
The original “monument” was unveiled in the city’s Park of the Nations, in front of 750 children during a day of games and recreation. The “Cube” is an educational tool for teaching peace.[more]
Colombia. There is great expectation over Pope Francis’s first apostolic visit to a land rich in history, culture and faith. But it is also marked by wounds and social division.[more]