A painting’s magic

A painting’s magic

Created for the occasion of Kenya’s ‘Inculturation School’, African cultural values are expressed in a work of art.

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Africa: families balancing the Gospel with tradition

Africa: families balancing the Gospel with tradition

Stories of couples who – out of love – go further beyond the obligations of tribal traditions, and discover a new dimension of their being engaged and married in freedom This also when they are unable to bear children.

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Amoris Laetitia’s Year: Special Edition

This publication now brings together in a single printable digital version the 10 guides, accompanying the special edition with the collection of 10 videos of the pope in dialogue with families (already individually available on the website www.amorislaetitia.va).

Up to me! 25-26 September a response to the needs of young people

Developed within the Focolare Movement, Up2Me has been piloted so far in 28 countries. It grew from the need frequently expressed by children and youth who find themselves facing big issues like life, health, sexuality, modern life styles, emotions, future life choices … without adequate tools to deal with them.

Amoris Laetitia’s Year: The fifth video – The ‘foreverness’ and beauty of love

Amoris Laetitia’s Year: The fifth video – The ‘foreverness’ and beauty of love

The Holy Father speaks about “foreverness” in marriage, in this fifth video of the 10-part series prepared as part of the celebration of the «Amoris Laetitia Family» Year. This time Pope Francis addresses himself particularly to spouses.
“Don’t be afraid to fail: fear is the greatest obstacle to welcoming Christ and His plan for our lives! Be careful of fear!”, the Holy Father powerfully warns us.

Family and Inculturation in Africa

Family and Inculturation in Africa

The 11th School of Inculturation promoted by the Focolare Movement will be held on May 17-May 20 In Nairobi, Kenya. The main topic will be “Family and Inculturation in Sub-Saharan, Africa”. Below is our interview with Maria Magnolfi and Raphael Takougang.

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