“During genfest, I saw what a united world looks like. Unity is not some homogeneous utopian paradise. It’s made of people of distinctly different nationalities and individual identities. All these different people of different backgrounds are able to attain this gift of unity by simply loving and sharing in the desire to be one. This […][more]
‘A people born from the Gospel,’ is how it was defined by its founder Chiara Lubich (1920-2008), a charismatic and significant woman of the 20th century.
Its purpose: to work cooperatively to build a more united world, following the inspiration of Jesus’ prayer to the Father ‘May they all be one’ (Jn 17:21), respecting and valuing diversity. It focuses on dialogue as a method, has a constant commitment to building bridges and relationships of fraternity among individuals, peoples and cultural worlds.
Persons of every age, vocation, religion, conviction and culture belong to the Focolare.
The Focolare Movement expresses its support for Pope Francis[more]
“Humbly welcome the word that has been planted in you and is able to save your souls.”(Gc 1:21)[more]