A project that assists adoptive families, organised by the New Families Association, is implemented with support from the Banco di Napoli Foundation. The importance of supporting families during and after the adoption process.[more]
The Salvadoran bishop who was murdered “in hatred for the faith” that inspired his service to the poor and defenceless, will soon be declared Blessed. His life had been an example of Christian integrity for the Focolare community that emerged in El Salvador during the civil war.[more]
In line with the Week of Prayer for the unity of Christians, there will be, throughout the year, a series of events to testify to “receptive ecumenism”.[more]
Since the height of the protests in February 2014 to the 5000 deaths in one year: Father Mychayl’s read on the tragedy in Ukraine and prospects of fraternity[more]
As the world watches the tragic events that are unfolding in Ukraine, the Pope invokes peace. The small Focolare community joins with other Christians to “protest” with their prayers.[more]
The dramatic events that have wounded France are well-known. However very few know what has been happening over the last four years in Cannes: an intense friendship between people of different religions for which the city received the “Chiara Lubich: City for fraternity” Prize.
Vision, viewpoints, and stories will be underlying themes of the global event “Chiara Lubich: Unity and Politics”.
Like thousands of others, Iyad’s family had to unexpectedly abandon their home in Mosul and their country Iraq. A painful exile, made significant by the welcome in France of those who live the same ideal of unity.
A summary of Chiara’s talk at a symposium held at the United Nations Headquarters (New York), 28 May 1997: Toward a Unity of Nations and a Unity of Peoples. #politcs4unity
When our body degenerates through illness or physical decay, there is “a superior life which gives value to our physical life”, Chiara Lubich reminds us in a talk given in 1986[more]
Every educator’s mission is to help children bring out the treasure they have inside and share it with others. The Scholas Occurrentes convention held in the Vatican, focused on the social-educational responsibility of schools that should really be “close” to citizens.[more]
The first International Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Human Trafficking celebrated on February 8, 2015 was strongly supported by Pope Francis, and was promoted by the varied world of Religious congregations and institutes with the patronage of two major departments of the Roman Curia.[more]