Living City is published 11 times per year, and is an excellent source of hard-to-find positive news. In these divided and troubled times, Living City stands apart – offering a different view, a better view, a more positive view – from the rest of the world in which we live. It advances the concept of unity; the same unity that Jesus prayed for, when He asked the Father, “May they all be one.”
Established in 1967 as the English Edition for North America of Cittá Nuova, the Italian Focolare parent magazine, Living City features articles on the spirituality of communion and the experiences of putting the Gospel into practice – in our parishes, in our family lives, in our work environments and in the minds of our youth. It covers developments in interreligious and ecumenical dialogue, and features profiles and interviews with people whom are making a difference in the fields of education, medicine, the environment, politics, economics, art, science and culture.
Today, the Living City family extends throughout the U.S. and Canada and reaches as far as Australia, Ireland, Malta, New Zealand and many other nations worldwide. Among its readers are people of all ages, backgrounds and religions.