© L’Osservatore romano, 13 January 2022. The Special Year dedicated to Saint Joseph ended 8 December 2021, but Pope Francis’ attention and love for this Saint have not ended and indeed are further strengthened in the Catecheses which he has been devoting to the figure of the Patron of the universal Church, since 17 November.[more]
Five years after the publication of Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter, the paradigm of integral ecology guides our reading of this pandemic time. An interview with Luca Fiorani, responsible for EcoOne follows.[more]
The Focolare Movement is a partner of the Laudato Si’ Movement for the Care of Creation. Tomas Insua, the Executive Director, speaks of the great synergy in the commitment to improve our common home.[more]
Como parte de nuestro compromiso compartido de construir juntos un futuro mejor, estos líderes locales están reflexionando sobre la forma en que sus valores
se conectan con los Objetivos Laudato Si’ y haciendo planes para acciones concretas en el próximo año.
Haga clic para ver los documentos y vídeos de los participantes que están reflexionando sobre los Objetivos Laudato Si’ y haciendo Planes Laudato Si’.
Online the tenth and last episode of the dialogue of the Pope with families.
«The family does not consist only of husband and wife, children, because Jesus dwells in the marriage. The Lord lives in the family truly and concretely. He is communicated through acts of love – concrete actions between husband and wife, between parents and children. Caresses in a family are so important».
In the Year of the Family “Amoris laetitia”, the Pope dedicates a letter to spouses, published on 26 December 2021, to show his closeness and affection: remember that forgiveness heals every wound. “The vocation to marriage is a call to steer an unstable boat in a sometimes rough sea” but where Jesus is present[more]
In unity with you all, we wish you Happy Christmas with His presence in your family. Maria and Gianni Salerno and everyone from the Central New Family Secretariat.[more]
Sometimes it seems difficult to be able to live the Gospel in the family. These “pearls” can give us the courage to try.[more]