El amor nos llena de luz
L’amore ci riempie di luce
사랑은 빛으로 우리를 채워줍니다.
Miłość napełnia nas światłem
El amor nos llena de luz
On December 12, we celebrated Jesus birth with a small Christmas gathering for our Word of Life group. The children prepared a few Christmas songs to sing with flute accompaniment, for the adults. We also played a Christmas Jeopardy game with two teams including the adults, teens and the children, which required being united in the […][more]
In the spirit of Christmas, with our typical aim at loving one another, we gathered for our annual Christmas Party. 85 adults and kids came together for the day which included a cello and piano duet performed by 2 young ladies which set the tone for a Christmas meditation. Experiences of living our Gospel-based spirituality […][more]
“Mercy and dialogue: pathways to unity” was the title of this year’s Men’s Retreat held in Belton, Texas. It gave the almost 30 men the opportunity to reflect on some of the Pope’s texts on mercy and how it can be lived through the spirituality of unity. There was an insight into how unity with […][more]
“Jesus is the greatest gift of all”: with this spirit, thousands of children throughout the world remind us that “Jesus has been dislodged,” and invite us to make him once again the focus of Christmas. In St. Peter’s Square on 20 December, there will be a Children’s Jubilee with the blessing of their statues of Baby Jesus.
A video produced by the Gen 4 International Centre in Rome.
16 year old Caitlin Rowley from Houston, Texas, shares how she lives with Crohn’s Disease, overcoming her fears. An experience which emanates strength and light.
Small but constant steps towards giving our typical contribution—unity—where division due to racial tensions pose a continual challenge. The experience of the local Focolare community.[more]
Conferred on Dr Butalia from Ohio State University for his commitment to peace-building and dialogue. The award spotlights people who are dedicated to building bridges of unity[more]
Teenagers and young adults, who traveled to Poland and Slovakia for World Youth Day and the Jasna Youth School, spent time praying, praising God, and immersing themselves in a crowd of their peers. This experience was a true pilgrimage experience in the sense that many such sacrifices were made, from walking for hours, to spending a day or night completely drenched from pouring rain; from waiting for hours for a bus that never came, to taking cold showers, etc… But these experiences created solidarity and a supernatural atmosphere among the Midwest Focolare youth.[more]