Face to face with Piotr Zygulski, born in 1993, from a Polish father and an Italian mother, student of the Sophia University Institute. An insight on why he made such an important decision.[more]
The year 2017 starts with a phrase of the Gospel, the “Word of life,” that pushes us towards the others to serve them with concrete acts. Here are some brief experiences from different countries.[more]
Promoted by Youth for a United World (YUW) and young people from Mor Efrem of the Syro-Orthodox community and Syrian refugees[more]
Children are the protagonists of Christmas. But not all are happy and protected. A book edited by New City, entitled, “Children in trouble,” talks about childhood distress and the possible solutions.[more]
Some ecclesial realities initiated a mission to a poor village in the highlands of Chubut (Patagonia) where a majority of indigenous people live. The scenario is one of abandonment and violence, but also of wealth in values and authentic faith. The joyous experience of “going out together” as a Church.[more]
Mathare, a slum of 500,000 people in Nairobi, Kenya. Some Focolare families transform the chapel into a school building during the week, helping to change the lives of children and families. Now they have a future!!
We look at this country through the testimony of some members of the Focolare community: their work for refugees and their daily commitment to build a better and more peaceful future.
Easykit is a business making do-it-yourself goods whose profit is shared among the employees, and given to help people who are very poor, both locally and abroad.
GB&W creations by Walter Kostner
The year 2017 started with the news of the umpteenth terrorist attack. Pope Francis invitation to work for peace, and from Istanbul: “We want to continue living for peace”.[more]
Excerpts from the Pope’s message on “Non-Violence as a style of politics for peace” for the 2017 World Day of Prayer for Peace. “No religion is violent.”[more]
During a day of dialogue between Christians and Hindus at the Gregorian University, they realize that even though they start from different perspectives, they share many values in common that can help build peace.[more]