Awareness of the urgent need for change in the way in which we live on our planet has never been more acutely felt.[more]
I was walking along the road in Manila when a youth approached me. When he was a short distance away he unsheathed a knife and pointed it at me, “Give me all your money!” he demanded.[more]
Having decided to answer God’s call and give him everything, I felt it was right to give away what I didn’t need, including my clothing.[more]
After the first international meeting for those in the Movement responsible for the protection of minors, Focolare President Maria Voce and Co-president, Jesús Morán, have written to all the members of the Movement on the Focolare’s commitment in this field.[more]
At the end of a meeting, a woman approached me and confided that financially she was going through a very difficult time. She needed to find £3,000 straight away because she had to re-pay an old debt to the bank.[more]
A young woman, who was very troubled, came to the hospital for an examination. It was for a pregnancy test and she explained that she needed it straightaway because she wanted an abortion.[more]
Pathways for a United World is a strategy opening up ways to build a more fraternal and sustainable world, a more united world.
The Golden Rule – the way to build fraternity and peace
Focolare Youth Assembly: ‘unity’ ‘courage’ and ‘communicate’
Chiara Lubich (1920-2008) is the founder of the Focolare Movement, which is present in 182 countries and promotes the spirituality of unity.
Eleven years after the death of the foundress of the Focolare Movement events are taking place all over the world to remember her. In Rome, Cardinal Rylko celebrated a Mass in the presence of Maria Voce and Jesús Morán attended by many of Chiara’s “people” as well as many civil and religious authorities and friends of the Focolare.[more]
We have to admit that eleven years after her death, and as we approach the centenary of her birth in 2020, Chiara Lubich is someone yet to be fully discovered.[more]
From the very beginning of the Focolare Movement, members of religious orders saw that the spirituality of unity was something they too could live, whilst remaining faithful to their own particular charism.[more]