Radicalism of Love Open Day is day of surprises

Day of surprises gives joy and new hope to participants
The Focolare Open Day at Curryhills on Saturday 27th June was a day of surprises.
Surprising to hear from Mariella from Malta of how saying Yes to God lead her to spend sixteen years in a Moslem country. For her and the other members of Focolare there, […]

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Music and memories

Music and memories

Timeout to remember Tom: a moment together in Curryhills. Saturday the 20th of June starting at 3pm followed by Mass and a BBQ at 5 pm

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Focolare Open Day Meeting

Focolare Open Day Meeting

Please join us for a day of reflection at the Focolare Centre, Curryhills, Prosperous on Saturday 27th June 2015 from 10.30am to 4.30pm (with packed lunch).

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Thank you Fr Foresi

Thank you Fr Foresi

Live streaming of funeral 18 June. Pasquale Foresi – more familiarly known as Chiaretto – the first focolarino priest and co-founder of the Focolare Movement, died on 14th June. Our memories of him are full of affection and gratitude.The funeral will be held on Thursday, 18 June at 3.30 pm (Italian time) at the Focolare Movement’s International Centre in Rocca d Papa.

Live streaming of funeral 18 June (3.30 pm Italian time): http://live.focolare.org

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Culture of communion generates shared wealth

Culture of communion generates shared wealth

Addressing poverty, must centre on the premise of “building fraternity as equals, enabling participation and empowerment to take root,” Dr Lorna Gold tells EoC conference in Nairobi.

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Building bridges of Peace

Building bridges of Peace

From Thursday 2nd till Sunday 5th July, Youth for unity Ireland are inviting all young people age 13 – 20 to join them for their Youth Camp entitled “Building bridges of Peace”

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Climate conversations focus on what we ‘can do’

Climate conversations focus on what we ‘can do’

There is much focus at present on climate change and the impact it is having on our planet.  It is one, if not the most urgent problem facing our world today.  Anna McHugh joined others at a series of ‘climate conversations’ in Dublin. She tells us what she’s learnt.

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Lessons from Referendum result

Lessons from Referendum result

Outcome calls for preferential options in Church “for young people, for outreach to people on the peripheries, for dialogue with people who hold different opinions, for witness to genuine community life, for creativity in our catechesis”, says bishop of Limerick, Brendan Leahy.

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