Doing something to help

Doing something to help

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.

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APRIL Word of Life

APRIL Word of Life

I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep (Jn 10:11).

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About us

About us

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.

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Margaret Karram about the next Genfest 2024

Margaret Karram about the next Genfest 2024

Message of Margaret Karram, President of the Focolare Movement, to all those who are preparing for the next Genfest 2024, the event of the Movement’s young people that will take place in Aparecida, Brazil, and in different parts of the world with various local Genfests.

Mutual love is our uniform

Mutual love is our uniform

A short video supporting the theme of the year: ‘We are called and we are sent’ – part of the Conference Call of 7 October 2023. ‘By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.’ (Jn 13: 35)

Filling up the cracks

Filling up the cracks

Lesley Ellison is from Liverpool. She was the first non-Catholic to enter a Focolare community. Building unity beyond age-old prejudices, distrust and rifts. Generating, day after day, a dialogue that has become a way of life.
Mary and Paul Gateshill speak about the practice of ‘Prayer for Unity’ which gathers people regularly from all over the world. Interview by Andrea Fleming (2022).

Margaret Karram is the new President of the Focolare Movement

Margaret Karram is the new President of the Focolare Movement

Margaret Karram is an Arab Christian born in Israel. She received the Mount Zion 2013 prize, together with Yisca Harani, a Jew, for ‘the important contribution to the development of dialogue amongst religions and cultures in the Holy Land and to understanding between Jews, Christians and Muslims’. Published below is an interview with Margaret Karram in New City in 2014.

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