In this delicate moment the highly divided Brazilian society is undergoing, the Focolare Movement is strongly committed to dialogue, to overcome the differences. The Bishops air their views.[more]
The Focolare Movement around the world expresses its closeness to the populations that have been hit by earthquakes in Ecuador and in Japan. Our special thoughts go to the victims and their families. A coordinated effort has already been launched in Ecuador while the local solidarity has been overwhelming.[more]
Solidarity, hope and mutual love are the powerful words that reverberate from Lesbos across the Aegean Sea.[more]
The story of Antoine, an artisan who stayed in Syria with his family, to share in the fate of his people. He lost everything in the war, but nothing could prevent him from helping other families to continue to believe in Peace.[more]
There is expectation in the tent camps of Piraeus for the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, and the Archbishop of Athens Hieronymos II.[more]
50 years after the first Focolare communities were established in Asia, it was a chance to share the journey so far and renew commitment for now and for the future.
Global activities during 1-10 May 2016. Video presentation.
It’s hard to image the effects that an act of forgiveness can have: the experience of Welile Shasha in Pretoria
Adriana Rocha’s passion for art broadened into outreach to the poor in her city. That is how her commitment to the AFAGO Project began.
The novelties and challenges in the Apostolic Exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia,” of Pope Francis, disclosed on 8 April. St. Paul’s hymn to charity, the Church’s opening to those who have remarried, the centrality of life as a couple as the foundation of the stable family. A reflection of Anna and Alberto Friso, members of the Pontifical Council for the Family.[more]
A small citron tree, it is the sacred symbol of Yary Mirì, the Avà Guaranì community with which a group of the Focolare Movement in Paraguay came in contact. The story of a friendship which resulted in concrete and important actions.[more]
“After the tragedy of the last years, Sarajevo, can become a city with positive stories to tell, where step by step the people are building a reconciled humanity.” The words of Zdravka Gutic, a Bosnian woman and politician.[more]