The Evangelical and Reformed Churches’ 500th Reformation Anniversary will celebrate their aspiration for a renewed reformation and an authentic Christian life rooted in the Word. It is still a valid reminder for all Christians[more]
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholemew I puts his signature to the Preface of “Meditations,” the first publication by Chiara Lubich to be translated in Greek. Presented in Cyprus, Greece, along with her book “Knowing How to Lose”.[more]
Youth for a United World from Yangon set out to bring the testimony of Blessed Chiara Luce Badano to a small village in the south of their country[more]
The world can receive the proclamation of Christ also through the life of Christians and, situations that leave a bitter taste in the mouth, can change into unexpected conclusions. Here are some short experiences.[more]
The “love dice” installed in a park of Jánoshalma was a cheerful symbol of an educational proposal to build social bonds based on peace and respect[more]
From an answer of Chiara Lubich during a meeting held at the Sports Palace in Florence, 17 September 2000.
“No mediocrity! You must aim high with trust, courage and creativity.” This was the invitation launched by Pope Francis to the inhabitants of Loppiano and to all those who wish to become experts in openness towards others.
A variety of initiatives to promote peace and unity all over the world. This year the launch of United World Week started with a big event in Nairobi, from 25th April to 5th May, linked to the Sharing with Africa project.
“What would you answer to someone who holds that true dialogue among different cultures and religions is not possible?” This was a question addressed to Chiara during a meeting with Muslim friends of the Focolare in 2002.
A young Italian girl gives up a promising career as an engineer to learn how to put the person with his dignity at the center of everything. An experience shared during LoppianoLab 2014[more]
“We were so happy that we wanted to shout it out to the whole world: the experience of an Italian family that chose the difficult path of adoption, renouncing assisted conception.[more]
The Jihadist offensive by the so-called Ilsamic State targets Christian minorities and those of other religions. The testimony of Rita from the Focolare Movement who lives between Jordan and Iraq.[more]