An invitation to live better the Holy Year of Mercy, with a mother’s heart and without measure. From the Chiara Lubich Centre.[more]
‘As a mother comforts her child, so I will comfort you’ (Is 66:13)[more]
sign of unity and multiculturalism, Mariapolis 2016 on Phillip Island, Melbourne, Australia[more]
The term refers to the Focolare Movement in Dubai. An occasion to get together when President Maria Voce and Co-President Jesús Morán stopped over on their way to India[more]
18 January 2016 – 25 January 2016
Called to proclaim the mighty acts of the Lord
On the morning of December 26th Doriana Zamboni, who was a member of the earliest group with Chiara Lubich, was taken to Heaven.[more]
“I feel as if I’m in the focolare of Bethlehem.” This was the impression of someone who came to the focolare in Glasgow on Friday 18 December. The highlight of an evening of carols and mince pies had been a Skype call with two of the focolarine who live in Bethlehem; 8pm our time, 10pm for Alessandra and Rima.[more]
Silvana Veronesi left this world on December 2, 2015. She was amongst the first group that gathered around Chiara Lubich. She witnessed the growth of the Focolare Movement from its first beginnings. She was born in Trieste, Italy, in 1929.
Silvana Veronesi has passed away at the age of 86. She was one of the close […][more]
Statement of Focolare president, Maria Voce, on the recent terrorist attacks.[more]
Through a series of workshops in drama, dance, song and percussion, young people are given the opportunity to perform in a Start Now concert.
A group of musicians and performing artists with a distinctly international profile.
After the shocking news of what happened in Paris last night, the Focolare members in Great Britain stand united in praying for the victims and all people affected by the tragedy.
We ask God to use us as instruments to bring about unity in our world. The word of life of November “May they all be one” […]
Gen Verde are on tour this autumn for two months in Great Britain starting in Edinburgh and reaching down to Portsmouth and Plymouth via Glasgow, Ripon, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newport, Oxford, Welwyn Garden City and London.[more]
They will be performing in Scotland, England and Wales from October 4th to December 5th. Ten appointments, a dozen workshops, and encounters with people from different churches and religions. The goal? To show that diversity is not a threat but a richness that is worth welcoming. We chat with Sally McAllister, the group’s manager.[more]