Cindy reports from the Focolare community: “We got away and are now safe. My heart is in pieces for the people who lost everything. This is how we’re learning what matters in life, certainly not material things. Up until today the death toll has risen to 31 and more than 400 missing.”[more]
Assisting refugees from Central America fleeing drug violence[more]
How one woman’s retirement has turned to caring for the marginalized[more]
The John 17 Movement was begun a few years ago in Phoenix (USA) by a group of mostly Pentecostal pastors from different Christian denominations. Their visit to Rome included an audience with Pope Francis and encounter with the Focolare.[more]
A video produced by the Gen 4 International Centre in Rome.
The EoC offered its first school in North America for students and young adults interested in learning about communion and social entrepreneurship. The school, held from June 20-23, 2017 at Mariapolis Luminosa in Hyde Park, NY, was organized and staffed by the EoC North America Commission. 25 were in attendance, including young men and women […][more]
Twenty years from the historic speech of Chiara Lubich in the Mosque of Harlem, the friendship between the African-American Muslim community and the Focolare Movement continues to grow and renew itself.[more]
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 […]