‘If any want to become my followers, let them deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me’ (Mt 16:24).[more]
Invited last May by the Malta Diocesan Ecumenical Commission, some excerpts from part 1 of the presentation given by the Focolare president – Dialogue or dialogues? A lifestyle.[more]
Pat Whitney shares the experience of a temporary Focolare in Birmingham.[more]
From the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to the constitutions of European nations, law is at the basis of human dignity in the society. The thoughts of Maria Voce, President fo the Focolare Movement.[more]
The term “system” is perhaps among the most used in our language. Almost without realising, it always seems to crop up, whether we’re talking about elections, football pools, stars, units of measure, politics, irrigation, the kids’ algebra homework, security, transportation, medicines or mountain chains. Simple or complex, nerves or finances, a “system” (from the Greek systema, to combine) is always on our lips.[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.
The Lord is good to all, and his compassion is over all that he has made. (Ps 145:9)[more]
Organised by the youth branch of the Focolare Movement, “HombreMundo” will gather 650 young people from all over the world of different cultures, denominations and religions.[more]
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.[more]