Amami Oshima is a Japanese isle of 60,000 inhabitants in the extreme south of the Kagoshima prefecture. A Mariapolis was held here for the first time last October.[more]
The Word of Life of the month invites us to remove the barriers that hinder our encounter with Jesus. A priest narrates of the decisive moment in which he opened the door to God.[more]
A school instituted out of love for the most deprived children of Ho Chi Minh City. The visit of Laura Mattarella, daughter of the President of the Italian Republic.[more]
2500 educators from all over the world addressed the issue of Christian education today. Experiences and good practice even in frontier locations. The objective, as Pope Francis urged, is a complete education, with open horizons.[more]
Silvana Veronesi left this world on December 2, 2015. She was amongst the first group that gathered around Chiara Lubich. She witnessed the growth of the Focolare Movement from its first beginnings. She was born in Trieste, Italy, in 1929.[more]
Chiara Lubich shows the way ahead to young people gathered in front of the Colosseum in Rome at their Supercongress on the 26th May 2002.
Because of an emergency due to mountains of garbage, Beirut citizens of every age, faith and background were on the streets to care for their country. A young lawyer shares her experience.
118 young people who had survived the Mediterranean crossing found a home in a Focolare centre.
This is the challenge issued on Sunday 13 December, by Pope Francis during the Angelus prayer, to the members of the Focolare Movement and Islamic communities who had gathered together to give a joint witness of the pathway of faith and dialogue.
The last two days of the Ecumenical Bishop Friends of the Focolare Meeting held at the Fanar, the seat of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the Orthodox Church, for the feast day of Saint Andrew. The parallels, for Bartholomew I, with Chiara Lubich.[more]
At the end of the 34th Convention of Bishops of 16 Christian Churches, friends of the Focolare gathered in Istanbul; the speech of Cardinal Kurt Koch outlines the perspectives of the ecumenical undertaking. Our interview with him.[more]
December 1, 2015. Bangui, spiritual capital of the world. “Listening to a land like this which has shed so much innocent blood being called the spiritual capital of the world, was like seeing God coming down to meet us.” The testimony of Geneviève Sanzé from the Central African Republic.[more]