We all, in one way or another, have been impacted by what happened in Afghanistan and in the whole region.[more]
Whoever wants to be first must be last of all and servant of all. (Mk. 9:35)[more]
We find ourselves connected in new ways – discovering close neighbours and distant friends, finding new points of dialogue and facing global challenges. How do we build a more united world together?[more]
Whoever becomes humble like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. (Matt. 18:4)[more]
The Focolare Movement in Great Britain invites you to the second and third events in our series of evening events, entitled Countdown to COP26: Time to Think – Time to Act, ahead of the crucial UN climate talks (COP26) in Glasgow in November.[more]
Take heart, daughter; your faith has made you well (Mt. 9:22)[more]
Have you ever wondered what is happening at COP26 and what you can do to take action to Care for Our Common Home? You can learn more and get inspired on how you can takeaction to Care for Our Common Home before COP26
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 ….
We are looking forward to the seventh and final session of the Families course ‘Love unites’ this week – Thursday 8th July at 7.30pm.[more]
#DaretoCare initiatives continue across the world, focussing this year on care for the environment. Christine Gilgannon shares her experience of getting involved in a project engaging with COP26, the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties which will happen in Glasgow on 1-12 November 2021.[more]
Over the last few years we have held a short service of ‘Prayers for Unity’ in the chapel at the Focolare Centre for Unity. This took place every Monday evening before the Anglican Eucharist and the Catholic Mass. Therefore the prayers were ecumenical and were a moment of unity before we split into two groups. In March 2020 the pandemic struck in GB and we went into lockdown. This meant no more prayers for unity or Eucharist/Mass. Or did it?[more]