Human weakness is undeniable, but it is in weakness that we experience the power of the Lord.[more]
Renzo’s effort to overcome every difficulty and do everything to succeed in achieving the Olympic games for children and adolescents, as every year in the North-East of Brazil. Among the participants were also the victims of domestic sexual abuse, guests of a rehab community.[more]
Città Nuova presents several books at a national book show for independant Italian publishers with the active participation of the local Focolare community.[more]
Safeguarding the dignity of every human being is at the centre of Pope Francis’s message for World Peace Day, which anticipates the themes of the next World Day of Migrants and Immigrants. They are men and women in search of peace, who “enrich the nations that welcome them.”[more]
In the lights of a big city like Saigon where people sleep on the sidewalks in front of the high quality shops, Christmas’s message of love and tenderness is more than ever alive.[more]
Through a voluntary gesture of solidarity, Dino Impagliazzo, a member of the Focolare Movement, gave rise to RomAmor, an association dedicated to the care of homeless people. The initiative, which started out from the Tuscolana Station in Rome. has reached other points in the city, creating spaces of mutual love and solidarity.
Today, 14 March, marks the 10th anniversary of Chiara Lubich’s passing. We publish a short video showing her extraordinary life: from the little city of Trent, in the north of Italy, right up to “the very ends of the earth”. It illustrates her discovery of God as Love, during World War II, and the development of a spirituality of communion suited to today’s times, fruit of the gift of the charism of unity for the Church and humanity.
The travel diary of Adriana Avellaneda, a focolarina from Colombia who lives in Italy. Her diary takes us to her own land to meet people who experience and promote peace processes in very complex situations.
This year’s edition of the Genfest will be held for the first time outside Europe, in the Philippines. The Gen, the young people of the Focolare share their vision for it: “Our wish is that hope will extend out to the whole world from Manila, a seed that will grow into a tree.” “We want to build relationships based on universal brotherhood in order to transform the society around us”. The project “Hands for Humanity” will be launched during the event.
Spending a few days of the festivities to live an experience of fraternity. Here are some proposals of some of the towns of the Focolare Movement.[more]
Giselle from the island of Cuba just became Christian and this year will be her first Christmas.[more]
The God Child invites us to look for him in those who are least, putting into action a culture of welcome and inclusion. And, as children, to feel that we are acknowledged and welcomed by him.[more]