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To be a family and belong to two different churches

To be a family and belong to two different churches

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.

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New Zealand: the warmth of Rotorua

New Zealand: the warmth of Rotorua

A Mariapolis was held on the banks of Lake Rotorua in New Zealand’s North Island, inhabited by the country’s biggest Maori community. It gathered 170 participants of the Focolare community of Oceania.

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A Trip to Mocoa, Colombia

A Trip to Mocoa, Colombia

Last April, the city of Mocoa, which lies some 500 km south of Bogota, was overwhelmed by fierce floods. But from all the mud and sorrow life is been reborn.

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Building bridges of unity

Building bridges of unity

Lesley Ellison, Anglican focolarina from England, shares about her meeting with Chiara Lubich and the spirituality of unity. A desire was born in her heart to build bridges among Christian churches.

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Christians travelling together

Christians travelling together

An Ecumenical Week promoted by the Focolare Movement is being held at CastelGandolfo, Rome from 9 to 13 May, 2017. Some 700 Christians from 70 Churches and Ecclesial Communities are participating.

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Shared goal of unity

‘Interfaith Engagement in Theory and Practice’ was both the title and the experience of a training course attended by an international group of Muslim visitors to Switzerland in March.

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Gospel living: in life’s dire straits

Gospel living: in life’s dire straits

Faced with the discouragement and powerlessness due to injustice, anxiety, dark moments, tight circumstances and the unexpected, Jesus can still shed light on our path. That is how it was for the disciples at Emmaus, and it can still be for each of us.

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