The Teens for Unity of the Focolare Movement are present in 182 countries. They are Christians but they also belong to other religions and cultures that do not profess a religious creed. They are united by one goal: to make universal brotherhood a reality by involving many other teenagers in the world in this project.

They believe that only love can change the world.

In the Gospel Jesus says, “Love one another as I have loved you”. They want these words to become a reality among all the people in the world.

Contact Young for unity:

Teens4Unity website

School Mates Project Website







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.”