Twenty years from the historic speech of Chiara Lubich in the Mosque of Harlem, the friendship between the Afro-American Muslim community and the Focolare Movement continues to growand renew itself.[more]
At the Urbaniana University in Rome, thirteen teologians from around the world discuss the topic of “Tears”. A process of not allowing this discipline to be deprived of a feminine prospective.[more]
408 participants from Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Colombia, in the 1st International Congress for Educators of the Southern Cone,held in Rosario (Argentina).A wealth of educational practices to be shared.[more]
As World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5th, promoted by the United Nations, a simple game, the Earth Cube, goes viral. Assemble it, throw it, and experience it![more]
Easter day at a jail in Jordan and an inmate who was “freed” by love.[more]
A short interview with the University Rector, Piero Coda on the new developments at Sophia and the witness of two former students from Cameroon and Italy.
News from New Caledonia, Malaysia, Guatemala and Mexico regarding the “race for peace and unity” that was organised worldwide.
Fifty years ago, on 13 June 1967, the first meeting between the founder of the Focolare Movement and Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras I took place in Istanbul. It became a bridge of unity between this outstanding religious figure and Pope Paul VI.
In Perth, the most isolated city on earth, young people and families from a local community connect with migrant families and their needs.
The Word of Life to put in practice this month invites us to continue Jesus’ mission by living for others. Following are some experiences of sharing and openness.[more]
A Mariapolis was held on the banks of Lake Rotorua in New Zealand’s North Island, inhabited by the country’s biggest Maori community. It gathered 170 participants of the Focolare community of Oceania.[more]
The Yari Miri Project: an encounter with the Ava Guaranì aboriginal community. A place that speaks of a journey in mutual love and rediscovered dignity.[more]