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Chicago Focolare Youth Build Cultural Unity

Chicago Focolare Youth Build Cultural Unity

Youth for a United World (Y4UW), an at-large movement within the Focolare Movement, works to build universal brotherhood and sisterhood across the globe, raising public awareness with efforts towards peace and solidarity.

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Speaking in Silence: The Way of the Cross Chicago

Speaking in Silence: The Way of the Cross Chicago

Since 1996 the Communion and Liberation Movement (CL) in the United States has organized a public Way of the Cross, the first being held in New York City crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, but now thousands in cities from New York to Los Angeles and many locations in between carry out this public gesture each Lent.

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Run 4 Unity 2017

Run 4 Unity 2017

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers across the globe led a worldwide relay race. Boys and girls from different ethnic groups, cultures and religions race together to bear witness to their commitment to peace and to promote a way to reach this peace : the Golden Rule.
The race was promoted by the Teens for Unity of […]

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Sign up soon! Midwest Mariapolis 2017

Sign up soon! Midwest Mariapolis 2017

Please register soon for the Midwest Mariapolis 2017! See below for more information on the exciting change of location and format. Registration should be completed before May 5, 2017.

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2017 Run4Unity

2017 Run4Unity

Teens for Unity Chicago invites all, young and old, to the upcoming Chicago Run4unity 2017. This year the activities are prepared in collaboration with the Youth Ministry & Religious Education program of Transfiguration Parish.

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Youth Bring Life to Midwest Focolare Communities

Youth Bring Life to Midwest Focolare Communities

Since the first days of the Focolare Movement youth have been an integral part of the Focolare Movement. In speaking to a gathering of young women in 1966, Chiara Lubich called young people, the new generations in the Focolare, to a “revolution of love.”

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