The Word of God invites us to live life to the fullest even when suffering and unforeseen circumstances appear on our path.[more]
To choose and to love the One who, in the climax of his love for humanity, cried out on the cross: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” A profound reflection by theologian Pasquale Foresi.[more]
Reflections from Focolare members, after the Pope’s historic visit. The journey to peace begins with social justice and reconciliation. Young people raise their voices in favour of a culture of encounter.[more]
We are ten months away from the Genfest in Manila. The title chosen for the event is Beyond All Borders, an idea that has already inspired social projects in favour of a more united and supportive world, like the MILONGA Project.[more]
The children of the Focolare speak about the meaning of Christmas
From Chiara Lubich’s talk on the 20th anniversary of the Gen Movement at Castel Gandolfo, 2nd February 1987.
Study camps and workshops were held over a three-month period by young people of the Focolare Movement in various parts of the world during which they devoted space and time to contribute to the transformation of their own cities.
Forgiveness and dialogue, genuine ‘weapons’ for unity in the country.
The original “monument” was unveiled in the city’s Park of the Nations, in front of 750 children during a day of games and recreation. The “Cube” is an educational tool for teaching peace.[more]
Colombia. There is great expectation over Pope Francis’s first apostolic visit to a land rich in history, culture and faith. But it is also marked by wounds and social division.[more]
The fury of the hurricane that caused devastation in Texas invites us to think again about the care and attention we give to our common home. News from the Focolare community in Houston.[more]