Tomorrow Sunday 31 May at 9am the Church of England is leading an Ecumenical Service to celebrate Pentecost as one.[more]
What is impossible if we are isolated becomes possible if we make reciprocal love and unity the driving force of our lives. Living the Word makes us step outside ourselves and meet others with love, beginning with those nearest to us: in our families, in our cities and in every area of life.[more]
What effects has this pandemic had on life in society and in the Church? What did it bring about in the Focolare Movement? How can we live these new and as yet unknown times that await us? An open dialogue with Maria Voce. From an interview with Radio Inblu (Italy).[more]
“Economy of Francesco on-life seminars. Moving towards a post-Covid better world ” is a webinar series organized by the scientific committee of The Economy of Francesco meant to explore some of the themes and challenges of today’s economy[more]
Pope Francis and the Higher Committee for Human Fraternity have launched an appeal to people of all faiths that on 14th May 2020 should be a day of “prayer, fasting and charitable works” and a time to implore God for the graces needed to overcome the covid crisis.[more]
What is impossible if we are isolatedbecomes possible if we make reciprocal love and unity the driving force of our lives. There are many ‘little flowers’ that remind us of the early times of the Focolare Movement. Yet, as the experiences show, our hearts are not limited to our locked down environment, but remain open to the needs of our family around the world too.[more]
TimeOut – A short prayer or reflection to ask for peace and to focus on our personal commitment to build peace wherever we are
Respond to this call, use your imagination and plan a local online event between May 1st – May 7th to explore what it takes to be #InTimeForPeace and amplify care, solidarity and hope during this #Covid19 Pandemic.
“Pills” of hope: the silent transmission
Just some of the countless initiatives of solidarity emerging from the Coronovirus outbreak: not all transmission is negative. As the world finds itself dramatically united by the spread of Coronavirus, sharing suffering and dismay over the growing number of deaths,.
On May 3rd we’re getting the worldwide online relay race going, from 11 to 12 o’clock across all time zones. #run4unity #intime4peace #unitedworldweek
a real marathon, a race around the world, we want to see how, in a world that is living dramatic times, the commitment to fraternity has not stopped at all. Covid has changed our lives but it hasn’t diminished our strength.[more]
From 1 to 7 May each year, the United World Week is an opportunity to highlight what is already being done on the planet to build a more united and fraternal world.[more]
There are many ‘little flowers’ that remind us of the early times of the Movement. Yet, as the experiences show, our hearts are not limited to our locked down environment, but remain open to the needs of our family around the world too.[more]