The young people in Boston want to show the world that fear is not the answer. A walk to ‘finish’ the marathon on Friday 19th April will be a sign of hope.[more]
Argentina, Mariapolis Lia. Ten Latin American families gather for a twenty-day course whose objective is to increase awareness of families as builders of the universal family.[more]
Being consistent with the choices involved in living in accordance with the Gospel requires determination. Stories from a recently published book of Gospel experiences of ordinary people from around the world*.[more]
Shisong, Cameroon: thousands of people gathered to remember the story of 50 years of Fraternity. Gratitude towards those who started it and new horizons.[more]
Mathare, a slum of 500,000 people in Nairobi, Kenya. Some Focolare families transform the chapel into a school building during the week, helping to change the lives of children and families. Now they have a future!!
Several testimonies from a country which has not been at peace for decades, where people are engaged in the difficult task of peace building.
The story of May Han. During the Saffron Revolution her husband who was active in defending human rights, was arrested and died in prison. In the darkness of her pain the light of God’s love brings forgiveness.
A thousand Gen2 from around the world gather in Castel Gandolfo, Italy, for their world congress and to remember one of their own: Chiara Luce Badano.
2013 marks the 50th anniversary since the spirituality of unity began to spread in Africa. The first event was held on February 9th in Fontem, a village in Cameroon. Chiara herself tells the story in a talk to a group of men religious.[more]
The story of a young Italian physiotherapist at the Pag-Asa Community Centre of Tagaytay, Philippines. For him it was a life-changing experience.[more]
The story of an unconditional welcoming. At Vallo Torinese, with a population of 800, in the Turin Prealps region, there is a lively and welcoming parish community. Antoanetta, 45 year-old, from Romania, recalls how she became part of it.[more]