The Complex Projekt has been projecting roadways and bridges for thirty years in Katowice, Poland. The story of one business owner who runs his company according to the principles of the Economy of Communion.[more]
Lawyer Flavia Cerino lives in Sicily, Italy, and works in the field of immigration. She is a guardian of minors who travel alone without families.[more]
Estelle, a social worker in the medical world, decided to place herself at the disposal of the Fraternity with Africa project. She had previously received a scholarship from the project and now donates time, dedication and professional experience.[more]
Although the exposition of the Shroud has ended, the mystery of Jesus’ suffering remains. In the 1970s Chiara Lubich, writing to young people, presented the Man of the Shroud as the model of Someone who “bore everything with love”.[more]
But as we peruse it let us allow ourselves to be led gently through the metaphorical woodlands of the encyclical where the Holy Father Pope Francis’s spiritual economy is buoyant. By Luigino Bruni[more]
A project forming young peace-builders in the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand.
The small community of Minsk sets out to meet the need of a Catholic parish: the purchase of a container to be used as a catechism classroom.
Despite being quite diverse, two firms have found a common synergy through the Economy of Communion project.
Mélanie Njonou is an Economy of Communion businesswoman. With her chicken farm enterprise, she is able to support 32 families.
Brief snaphots of daily life where Gospel love is at work. Diverse geographic regions, adults and children. This month’s Word of Life underscores what is essential: living for others.[more]
The culture of encounter that enlightens diversity: Fr. Giorgio, of the diocese of Pesaro (Marche, Central Italy), talks about an inter-diocesan project to promote mutual ecumenical programmes between European parishes.[more]