In spite of the continuing coronavirus emergency, Easter is still a time to pass from death to life and darkness to light through love for our neighbour. The strength that comes from solidarity and universal fraternity help us to keep alive hope for a united world. Easter greetings from Focolare President, Margaret Karram, and many others all over the world.[more]
Dearest all, Easter will soon be here. It’s the greatest feast of the year and with it comes Holy Week, which abounds in the most precious mysteries of Jesus’ life.[more]
In December last year the large health centre next door to the church where I am the minister told us they were going to be the mass vaccination hub for our area. We had supported the pharmacy in the first lockdown so they knew we were up for helping out.[more]
Are you interested in Dialogue? We host monthly interfaith meetings on zoom and the next session will be entitled: Aspects of Judaism[more]
“A world that dares to care, and a world where care is placed at the center of political discourse will be a better world, a more united world.”[more]
I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep (Jn 10:11).[more]
The reason for my life (from the early letters of Chiara Lubich)
The Movement is present in 182 countries, which are organized in 22 geographical regions, in which activities are coordinated by a male and a female delegate together with members of a local council.
Marco Tecilla, the first young man who followed Chiara Lubich, takes us to the most important places in the city of Trent ….
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is traditionally observed from the 18th to the 25th January. This week is an opportunity for all, both individually and together across the Church to focus our prayer and worship on Christian Unity.
Reflections on the life of Chiara Lubich and the thought of Pope Francis[more]
Make me know your ways, O Lord: teach me your paths (Ps 25 :4).[more]
This is the title of the conference to be held on 18-19 February and promoted by the Chiara Lubich Centre and the Central National Library in Rome. Consonances and common points between the spirituality of unity and lines of thought of great figures of our times.[more]