At the end of April in Taiwan, the sixth Buddhist-Christian Symposium, organized by the Focolare Centre for Interreligious Dialogue and several Christian and Buddhist partners[more]
The meeting on the Pacific coast with the Afro-Ecuadorians of Esmeraldas,marked by poverty but rich in human dignity and values: a premise for a real intercultural school.[more]
After an attack of the so-called Christian militias against peaceful Muslim cowhands, a Catholic priest of the Central African Republic, not heeding the threats, went to help the wounded in the hospital.[more]
The new book entitled “Creative Fidelity, the challenge of the implementation of a charism” by Jesús Morán, Co-President of the Focolare Movement, was edited by New City and presented on 29 May, in Rome.[more]
The Asian Bishop-friends of the Focolare held their meeting in the first days of June, during which they were introduced to the spirituality of unity in an in-depth manner.[more]
Four families from the Philippines, England, Vietnam and Russia, recount their experience lived at the “Loreto School” (Loppiano, Italy) which has hosted thousands of familes from all over the world for 35 years.
150 Km from Budapest, Hungarians, gypsies and people of other nationalities meet to get to know one another, to share and … discover they are brothers and sisters.
A short interview with the University Rector, Piero Coda on the new developments at Sophia and the witness of two former students from Cameroon and Italy.
News from New Caledonia, Malaysia, Guatemala and Mexico regarding the “race for peace and unity” that was organised worldwide.
Sunday, June 18th is the solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, a feast instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264 which celebrates the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. We offer some thoughts of theologian, philosopher and once bishop of Aachen, Germany, Klaus Hemmerle (1929-1994).[more]
An Brazilian seminarian’s recount of his journey to the suffering African country of Rwanda where he visited other seminarians who, like him, want to live the spirituality of unity.[more]
Liliana is Catholic while Hani is Coptic-Orthodox. The challenge of a mixed marriage – as recounted in a recent ecumenical meeting held by the Focolare Movement in Rome – was instrumental in bringing their respective churches together.[more]