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Youth for a United World
They are young people ages 17 to 30, representing different races and nationalities. They are part of the youth sector of the Focolare Movement founded by Chiara Lubich and they too have chosen to make the Gospel their lifestyle.

YFUW began in 1985 and its youth belong to mainstream Churches, but also to other religions or cultures which do not embrace a religious creed. The desire to build universal brotherhood is the link which binds them together.

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Club You: Your Opportunity to Unite
Friday, September 20, 2013
Club You - Eastfield, Dallas - 2
A new club at Dallas' Eastfield Community College - The Expo experience continues... "Seven students, the Associate Dean of College of Readiness and Mathematics and I attended Expo 2013 in Chicago last April."
World Youth Day – Rio, 2013
Friday, August 2, 2013
Simple but engaging words, like so many other words spoken during the week in Rio de Janeiro. Now the young people return to their own cities and countries, families, groups, associations and congregations, invited by the Pope to “make some noise,” to stir up the waters, to take into account both their peers and elders, to live out the faith in its entirety.
Crossin’ The Bridge
Thursday, May 2, 2013
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Jerusalem, Budapest, Mumbai and Loppiano (Florence – Italy). On just one day, May 1st, 2013, these four cities will be linked together and with all the world through a live streaming and international TV transmission to make brotherhood visible. This is how the Youth for a United World celebrate the 1st of May.