The enticement of a brilliant career in a country of your dreams. The story of Rosette and Eric, a young Filipino couple that managed to go against the current and choose to remain a family.[more]
Stories of extraordinary courage by people who risked and combatted the Ebola virus like the Ebola Fighters, who were named Time’s 2014 Person of the Year,.[more]
A live recount of the tragedy in Garissa, Kenya. Sharing pain, bringing relief to relatives of murdered students. Solidarity born of tragedy.[more]
Two experiences that express the incredible suffering of these peoples, the constant welcome of refugees and the hope for a future of peace for the Middle East and for the world.[more]
In the course of several conferences, Roberto Catalano from the Focolare’s Centre for Interreligious Dialogue, meets students from Ukranian universities. He is struck by the religiosity of the people who are about to celebrate the Orthodox Easter.[more]
The meeting with a population in Bolivar, living at 4000 metres above sea level; and the reciprocity that grew from one United World Project.
A university professor and a young woman from Nairobi tell of their experience in direct contact with the bereaved families of students killed in the massacre, and the difficult process of identifying the victims.
The Lionello Business Park, the Loppiano Prima Cooperative and the experience of solidarity lived through the permanent “Opportunity Shop” at the Focolare’s litte town of Loppiano, near Florence.
The 7th anniversary of Chiara Lubich’s death, March 14, 2008, was celebrated across the world with political events and ceremonies within the walls of prestigious institutes, at Eucharistic celebrations and day-long gatherings, at artistic performances and cultural events – all focused on the topic of universal brotherhood.[more]
Christ is Risen! Indeed He is risen![more]
In the city of Florence, a Bed & Breakfast initiative where migrants are welcomed, is one of the many projects launched by the worldwide New Families of the Focolare to help those in need.[more]