Despite a hearing impairment at birth, a young Australian accepts with courage the challenges of each day to the point of giving her life in service to others.[more]
Fifty five young people from European and Middle Eastern countries arrive for the first stage of the Host Spot Project which will be held at a refugee welcome centre in Madaba, Jordan, in Jerusalem and in the Palestinian territories. The testimony of Marco Desalvo from New Humanity.[more]
In May 1993 the then bishop of Aachen, Germany, underwent surgery to halt an already spreading illness. After a long convalescence he talked about the discovery of a new way of looking at people and creation.[more]
During 19-28 September 2016, a delegation of 40 people from Cameroon, including nine traditional leaders, native Kings of the Bangwa Tribe of Lebialem, Southwest Cameroon, made a pilgrimage to Italy.[more]
The cause for the beatification of Carlo Grisolia and Alberto Michelotti started in Genoa on 25 September 2008. The two young members of the Focolare had together made the commitment to live their lives according to the Gospel.[more]
The EoC’s Sungsimdang Bakery now employs 363 people. It began 60 years ago as a small producer of steamed buns. The story of two sacks of flour that became part of local culture in Daejon (South Korea).
Women descendants of the original peoples Calchaquíes, draw strength from the spirituality of the Focolare to overcome the macho culture and become entrepreneurs of fabrics. “Tinku Kamayu” (together to work) restores them the dignity of women while recovering ancestral techniques.
Chiara Lubich explains the importance of inculturation as a means of transmitting the Gospel in a meeting with representatives of the Focolare community in Africa gathered in Nairobi on 18 May 1992.
The Host Spot Project involved 55 young people from 9 countries in Europe and the Middle East, who went to Jordan to get to know refugee families.
On 28 September 1978, after only 33 days of his pontificate, the world was taken by surprise by the news of the death of Albino Luciani, Pope John Paul I. Our remembrance of the “Smiling Pope.”[more]
The great news that we are not orphans, abandoned to ourselves, but sons and daughters of a Father who cares for each one of us, calls for a change of thinking and a new concern for what has been entrusted to us: the world and all its people.[more]
The story from someone that has visited the South American country with a special focus on the very young, their desire for redemption, hope for the future and being the builders of that future.[more]