Being a good neighbour – it’s easier said than done. However, it should be part of human nature to show understanding towards other people, especially those in difficulty. It’s what creates a relationship.[more]
Since God created the world through love, whatever human beings do for love will remain. Some thoughts of Klaus Hemmerle (1929 – 1994), from the book “La luce dentro le cose, nuove prospettive per un’economia piu equa” (The light within things, new prospects for a fairer economy.[more]
The first issue of a newsletter dedicated to dialogue, which the Focolare Movement has promoted in various areas of culture, has just come out. It features news, facts, meetings and projects, all from the perspective of unity.[more]
A proposal to comprehend the continental unity project, today challenged by complex scenarios. This was the aim of the course “Europe of the Cities and Citizens” promoted by Sophia.[more]
In the outskirts of Mexico City, the Focolare community works in an environment of extreme poverty, sharing the Gospel message with children who live with drugs and trafficking. Here’s Nicola Nicoletti’s article in Vatican City’s L’Osservatore Romano newspaper.[more]
At last! The 2017 EoC Report is now available in a completely innovative form. Watch the video.
God’s ways are unforeseen, as we all know. And it could happen when one comes face to face with him in prison, when one reaches rock bottom. It’s the story of Pancho.
In Manila, Philippines, from 6 to 8 July, the Genfest 2018 edition entitled “Beyond all Borders” took place. See the video summary produced by the Collegamento CH team.
Video abstract of the highlights of Pope Francis’ visit to Loppiano, the international town of the Focolare, on 10 May 2018, with excerpts of an interview with Maria Voce and Jesús Morán held on 24 May in Rocca di Papa (Rome).
To be a peacemaker means creating opportunities for reconciliation at all levels, both with ourselves and with others.[more]
The social and humanitarian crisis that is occurring in Venezuela is forcing hundreds of thousands to flee toward bordering countries, searching for shelter, medicine and work. Here is an experience of welcoming people from the Focolare community in Lima, Peru.[more]
Known as the western gates of Italy, the city of Ventimiglia, at the border between Italy and France, has seen tens of thousands of migrants come through from the Mediterranean and into Europe. Here’s the story from Paola of the local Focolare community.[more]