Interview with Chantal Grevin, New Humanity’s representative at UNESCO, concerning the November 15th event to be held in Paris, France, for the 20th anniversary of the conferral of the UNESCO Peace Education Prize to Chiara Lubich.[more]
Pope Francis will attend the important event on October 31st in Sweden. The long-standing friendship between Lutherans and the Focolare Movement.[more]
During the months of September and October, three groups of Focolare directors met at the Movement’s International Centre to share activities and events of the past year, and to look to the future.[more]
This month’s Word of Life helps us to resist the temptation to respond in kind, to return evil for evil and to see those who appear to be our enemies as people that need to be loved.[more]
The testimony of an Italian family: “Opening one’s heart to others was beneficial to our family. Love donated is always reciprocated.”[more]
The EoC’s Sungsimdang Bakery now employs 363 people. It began 60 years ago as a small producer of steamed buns. The story of two sacks of flour that became part of local culture in Daejon (South Korea).
Women descendants of the original peoples Calchaquíes, draw strength from the spirituality of the Focolare to overcome the macho culture and become entrepreneurs of fabrics. “Tinku Kamayu” (together to work) restores them the dignity of women while recovering ancestral techniques.
Chiara Lubich explains the importance of inculturation as a means of transmitting the Gospel in a meeting with representatives of the Focolare community in Africa gathered in Nairobi on 18 May 1992.
The Host Spot Project involved 55 young people from 9 countries in Europe and the Middle East, who went to Jordan to get to know refugee families.
On Idjwi Island in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Focolare’s NGO, AMU – Action for a United World – is striving to support the schooling and education of the new generations.[more]
Paulo Melo spent the last of his 17 years in Africa, in Congo. After hearing from Portugal that he had passed away at the age of 61, his friends in Congo wished to pay him homage to the man who had become their brother.[more]
The Hungarian Revolution was triggered by a peaceful student march on October 23, 1956 that was brutally repressed by an armed Soviet intervention.[more]