The experience shared at the Genfest by Jean Paul from Burundi and Egide from Rwanda. A story of suffering, generosity, unconditional friendship and forgiveness that resulted from an aggressive attack three years ago that left Jean Paul seriously injured.[more]
From Genfest in Manila, the story told by Noé from Mexico and Josef from California. They’re friends beyond the wall that separates their countries.[more]
During the Genfest in Manila, there was the chance to come into direct contact with various national commissions of international organisations of the Philippines.[more]
The Genfest 2018 at Manila comes to an end. 6,000 young people launch their project: “Pathways for a United World” – ways to build fraternal relationships.[more]
On the second day of the Genfest, for the 6,000 “Beyond all borders” participants, there will be more than a 100 forums and workshops, besides social, intercultural and ecological activities. From the correspondent, Stefania Tanesini.[more]
A priest’s act of fellowship transformed a failing coffee plantation into a real business named Acedeco Padevi. It is community led and inspired by the principles of the Economy of Communion. Choosing the diversify the production process lead to greater sharing, new jobs and the development of the business, while respecting the environment.
Over 1,000 children and teenagers took part in the “Sport4Peace” event held in Kenya, South Sudan and Burundi at the end of August. Sport can become a means to build peace and help overcome social barriers.
Gly is a very young teacher who lives in Manila. She was very a very poor child when she came into contact with the Bukas Palad Social Center. It was an encounter that changed her life.
Palawan, Philippines is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, but it’s not only tourism and pristine beaches. We met Erik and his restaurant where, in addition to fine cooking, we also met his staff who are making a difference.
Six-thousand young people from more than a hundred countries have arrived in Manila for one of the most expected events of the year: the eleventh edition of Genfest 2018 for the first time in Asia. A report from Clara Ramirez.[more]
This apparent paradox of the Gospel opens us to trust in God’s action.[more]
The “Espiga Dourada” (Golden Corn) bakery, to the west of Saõ Paulo, Brazil, offers bread, pastries and a long experience of the Economy of Communion.[more]