Seven organizations from different countries have started a “Prophetic Economy,” a project to gather and promote ideas and good economic practice that is aimed at holistic human development and sustainability.[more]
It is called “Project Lia”, it started in Indianapolis (USA) and it teaches formerly incarcerated women how to turn waste material into furniture and home accessories. In doing so, the project aims to reduce recidivism, by opening new paths to social inclusion.[more]
How the power of the Lord can act in our weakness[more]
Six thousand young people attended the Genfest that just took place in Manila, Philippines with the same enthusiasm and Gospel radicalness that had been described by Igino Giordani many years earlier in a 1955 article published in the “Fides” magazine.[more]
The story of Victoria and Esteban from Cordoba, Argentina. For the past four years they’ve been living in San Marcos Sierras, together with their two sons, in a refuge for children and teens.[more]
Gly is a very young teacher who lives in Manila. She was very a very poor child when she came into contact with the Bukas Palad Social Center. It was an encounter that changed her life.
Palawan, Philippines is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, but it’s not only tourism and pristine beaches. We met Erik and his restaurant where, in addition to fine cooking, we also met his staff who are making a difference.
Choi Funk insegna Architettura all’università De La Salle e con i suoi studenti sta mettendo a punto un progetto per ripulire dai rifiuti il fiume Pasig a Manila. Partner insostituibili sono le persone che vivono nelle baracche sulle rive del fiume.
Migrants. They are not numbers, but people who carry with them a burden of suffering, together with their own culture and hope for a better future. The town of Ventimiglia is one of the frontier “hotspots” on the migrant routes of Europe. Here, some people decided not to ignore them.
The 44th “Week of Italian Culture” has just taken place in Ottawa, Canada and, as usual, the programme showcased Italian art, culture and history. On June 16, it included a presentation of the foundress of the Focolare Movement[more]
After spending two days in the north of Italy in the area where Chiara Lubich was born, the group of Hindu friends of Focolare travelled to Loppiano and Assisi. This account of the visit was written by Roberto Catalano who is co-responsible for inter religious dialogue in the Focolare Movement[more]
Two stops along a journey in Italy by a Hindu group, friends of the Focolare, to discover the sources of Chiara Lubich’s charism. Here are the words of Fr. Fabio Ciardi, who directs the Abba School.[more]