In Naples, the parish community of Pomigliano d’Arco opens its doors to “the least of these,” organizing meals for solidarity. Not just food, but also friendship and sharing, in the joy of giving and receiving.[more]
The UN Agenda for development post-2015 in discussion in the Vatican, upon the initiative of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace. Among the women speakers was Rita Moussalem from the Focolare’s Center for Interreligious Dialogue.[more]
The proposal of over 300 business people from 41 countries of the 5 continents at the conclusion of the 2015 International Economy of Communion (EoC) Congress in Nairobi, Kenya. The concrete commitment of business owners to young people.[more]
“The Outlook of the Economy of Communion: Innovation and Generative Power: Excerpts of a talk by Luigino Bruni at an international congress in Kenya, promoted by the Economy of Communion (May 27 – May 31, 2015)[more]
Returning from a convention in Washington to celebrate the 50 years since the conclusion of the second Vatican Council, Roberto Catalano, from the Focolare center for interreligious dialogue, reflects on the event that changed the face of the Catholic Church.[more]
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.
Mélanie Njonou is an Economy of Communion businesswoman. With her chicken farm enterprise, she is able to support 32 families.
During their trip to Poland, Maria Voce and Jesús Moran met with the priests and religious followers of the Focolare. Fr. Zdzislaw Klafka, a Redemptorist, gave his testimonial.[more]
“So full of life despite the absurdity of the war.” This is what Murad and Lina of the focolare in Damascus wrote, after a week-end event with 67 young people from all over the country. Unending prayers for the gift of peace.[more]
Even retirement can be an enriching stage of life, if it is supported by living out the Gospel in daily life, not only for one’s own benefit but also for those who have been set aside.[more]