New Families was founded on July 19, 1967 by Chiara Lubich, who called it “an explosive, apostolic and diffusive” movement, which is now active around the world answering to the needs of the family.[more]
This month’s Word of Life invites us to put ourselves at the service of others, especially those in difficult situations.[more]
The situation of the South American country becomes more complex each day. As the bishops encourage “every effort in favor of peace and co-existence based on the law of brotherly love,” some are already becoming involved in providing concrete service to people in need.[more]
The local Focolare communities in Lebanon have been taking in Syrian refugees, despite the prejudice and hostility that there can be between the two cultures.[more]
Roberto Cipollone (Ciro), craftsman and artist, has his studio in Loppiano. He breathes life, meaning and beauty into discarded items. “An object comes my way and something happens inside of me; I just transform it.“
Manila, Philippines, 6-7-8 July 2018. © 2017 Focolare Movement – Youth for a United World
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, Roms and people of other nationalities meet to get to know one another, to share and to discover they are brothers and sisters.
180 young people of East Africa set out on long challenging journeys and economic difficulties to meet in Kampala. The story of commitment for peace among the youth of Burundi.[more]
Gianni Ricci, a focolarino priest, spent 23 years in the Middle East to give a hand in spreading the spirituality of unity in the lands martyred by wars and strife[more]
For two weeks, between May and June 2017, Fazenda da Esperança and Gen Rosso undertook an original tour in Germany together.[more]