On the Feast of Divine Mercy, celebrated on Sunday 8th April in the Catholic Church, we publish some excerpts from a talk given by Alba Sgariglia of the Chiara Lubich Centre in Rome.[more]
George, who has lived in South East Asia for 28 years, between Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, spent Easter in Saigon. We publish the story he sent us.[more]
For the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace declared by the United Nations, we interviewed Paolo Cipolli, the director of Sportmeet. The group is a network of sports professionals committed to bringing the ideal of unity into sports culture[more]
Second and last part of Claudia Di Lorenzi’s interview with Noemi Sánches, of the Focolare, at the conclusion of the preparatory meeting for the 15th Assembly of the Synod of Bishops.[more]
Young Focolare members at the Pre-Synodal meeting of the 15th Bishops Assembly bring along their experience of dialogue among people of other Churches, faiths and convictions. Claudia Di Lorenzo had an interview with Noemi Sánches.[more]
20 years after the signing of the Peace Agreement, we went to Belfast to see for ourselves the divisions that still exist but also the efforts on the path to peace.
Nothing that is done to safeguard nature and the environment is small. The children of Carvalhal de Vermilhas (Portugal) plant new trees in a forest destroyed by a bushfire last year.
A tangible response to the unemployment crisis from the nongovernmental organization Azione Mondo Unito (AMU) in Portugal, with the support of AMU International and the Economy of Communion
A Brazilian actor’s career is interrupted through a sudden illness which progressively leaves him immobilised. “My life was re-modelled by God’s hands.”
Christian life is a personal encounter with Jesus, which is meant to make us share in his very life.[more]
“Today you are alive in every creature in your risen glory.” From Pope Francis’ Christian prayer in union with creation (Laudato Si’ N. 246) A hymn to nature as sign of the presence and tenderness of God.[more]
Mary is alone, but she does not give in to suffering: she waits.[more]