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United World Week 2020: #InTimeForPeace

From 1 to 7 May each year, the United World Week is an opportunity to highlight what is already being done on the planet to build a more united and fraternal world. “A proposal addressed to all of us – teens, young people and adults -, to public and private, national and international institutions, to all: a proposal, indeed an appointment: THE UNITED WORLD WEEK.
The aim? To enhance the initiatives that promote unity… at all levels”.

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USA – The last pack of water

USA – The last pack of water

In the USA the statistics for the states of New York, New Jersey and California are increasing every hour. The areas of the three states have imposed a voluntary curfew on people and there are also many people in need of help.

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Faith over Fear Covid19

Faith over Fear Covid19

The world is taken by fear with the burst of COVID19 globally. As a local community of the Focolare Dumaguete City, we braced ourselves for the inevitable. When the first death of a Covid19 patient was reported in our city, we were shaken. It did not take long before we were under a lock down and advised to do home quarantine.

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Goal to the Coronavirus

Goal to the Coronavirus

The Covid19 that has been rampant in the world in recent months has been a wake up call for some

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Pathways – In time for peace

In the awareness that peace dies if separated from justice, we dream of a world where the Golden Rule, the heart of many civilizations and traditions, becomes the way to pursue personally and collectively. Let us embrace the goal of universal brotherhood, the key to the present and future of our peoples, the only one capable of disarming the throwaway culture and open up to better sharing of goods, interdependence, and dialogue, the main path to peace.

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Speak of the joy and the beauty of a life built on love

Speak of the joy and the beauty of a life built on love

…we often experience the impotence of words with our children, with our relatives , who absorbed by their interests , which are often consumerist, reject any spiritual discourses. We can’t get through to them when we refer to the values in which we believe and which have supported us from the first day of our marriage. They appear to be so helpless, so vulnerable and dissatisfied but we don’t know how to help them…
Angela L. – Campania

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