One of our children who is seven has always been attentive to the needs of others, especially to those of other children in the world.[more]
‘May they all be one’ (Jn17:21) was the theme of a mini Mariapolis at Liverpool Hope University on 11th May attended by about 80 people from the North West of England.[more]
It was a time when there wasn’t much work at our printing works and every day we asked the Eternal Father for clients.[more]
The latest in the series of Bridging London Education events which began in 2008, took place on 14th May 2019 entitled “Climate Education”.[more]
Emmaus Maria Voce, president of the Focolare Movement, and Jesus Moran, co-president, have just come back from a visit to the Focolare community in Syria. You can read more in the posts below. Last summer Sylwia Machej and Patricia Batista, from the UK, took part to a “temporary Focolare” project in Homs.
Here is their first-hand report (courtesy of New City).
Our experience was that of the disciples on the road to Emmaus: after meeting with the Risen Lord, they returned together to the challenges of Jerusalem[more]
Aftervideo of the Genfest 2018 in Manila Philippines.
Direct from Manila, July 8, 2018.
Streaming, July 07, Genfest 2018: Beyond all borders, World Trade Center Metro Manila.
Today, 14 March, marks the 10th anniversary of Chiara Lubich’s passing. We publish a short video showing her extraordinary life: from the little city of Trent, in the north of Italy, right up to “the very ends of the earth”. It illustrates her discovery of God as Love, during World War II, and the development of a spirituality of communion suited to today’s times, fruit of the gift of the charism of unity for the Church and humanity.
Maria Voce to young Syrians: “Do not let your values be stolen from you. Join all the young people who want a better world. The world is waiting for you.”[more]
On Saturday May 4th the president and co-president of the Focolare met with the Syrian community of the Movement. The sharing of their testimonies conveyed their pain and their sense of loss and mourning, but also their wealth of culture and traditions – and their desire to live and to rebuild their homeland.[more]
The first city to be visited by the President and Co-president of the Focolare Movement during their journey to Syriaisn Homs where they met the small community that chose not to abandon the city during the civil war. These same people now contribute towards the rebuilding of their country.[more]