This is the ongoing adventure of Anita, a girl from Córdoba who, after an aggression in the house of friends, is making an effort to forgive. She has discovered that every reconciliation is a brick in building peace, even in one’s own country.[more]
In dialogue with the Spanish architect José Andrés Sardina Pereira, the coordinator of an architectural, historical, and artistic research project in Santiago de Cuba. In anticipation of the Pope’s upcoming visit in September.[more]
In the rural villages of North-Eastern Nigeria, the drought is creating huge problems for the population. From Onitsha (a 24-hour journey away), some youths and adults of the Focolare went to visit to share the situation and bring some material and spiritual help.[more]
Mayor of Alghero, Italy, Mario Bruno, recounts how they dealt with the necessary removal of a camp, working with the ROM to find a better answer.[more]
Several months ago, Jean Paul, a young man from Burundi who lives the Focolare spirituality, would never have imagined the adventure that was about to begin. . .[more]
We, the Youth for a United World, together with everyone from the Focolare Movement, would like to launch a proposal and reach out to as many people possible! Let’s start invading our social media from September 11th, uploading a picture with the hashtag #OpenYourBorders.
A project forming young peace-builders in the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand.
The small community of Minsk sets out to meet the need of a Catholic parish: the purchase of a container to be used as a catechism classroom.
Despite being quite diverse, two firms have found a common synergy through the Economy of Communion project.
An idea of Gipuzcoa, the Basque Independence Community in Euskadi in the Basque province (Spain), with its own culture, tradition, language, and heritage of a millenary history #politics4unity[more]
July’s Word of Life reminds us that no matter how hard and difficult our life circumstances might be, we are certain that Jesus has already taken them upon himself and overcome them. Some brief stories of people who believe this every day.[more]
The unforgettable pictures and gestures of these past days as related by those who personally witnessed these events. Nelson Benítes and Margarita Ávalos wrote on behalf of the Focolare community in Paraguay.[more]