It’s not easy to be 93. Everything is just wearing out, and even the simplest tasks take a lot longer to get done. Agatha O’Donnell shares what she has learned in her long life.[more]
September 26, 500 participants of the General Assembly, led by Maria Voce and Jesús Morán, were received in audience by Pope Francis.[more]
In the afternoon of 18 September, the General Assembly of the Focolare Movement opened with an invitation to friends with whom the movement has for many years undertaken its journey towards brotherhood of the human family.[more]
Maria Emmaus Voce is elected for the second consecutive term as president of the Focolare Movement. Five hundred representatives from around the world took part in the election that was held last week at the Focolare’s General Assembly.[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.
An exhibition held in support of victims in war-torn countries. It consists of a wall composed of handmade tiles which can be lifted off and taken home. Joelma Regis, the project creator, explains: “We are all connected and together we can help tear down the walls of indifference in our everyday lives.”
An appeal for peace, launched by the youth of the Focolare Movement, will kickoff on August 15, 2014[more]
In spite of efforts and international proposals for reaching a truce, the war carries on. We share what has been reported to us by Focolare delegates in the Holy Land.[more]
Panel discussion at the 2014 Luminosa Award for Unity to Rev John Armstrong, founder of ACT3network. First of all, actions, not words.[more]