The Centennial of Chiara Lubich’s birth

The Centennial of Chiara Lubich’s birth

Celebrating Unity: The Centennial of Chiara Lubich’s birth, the founder of the Focolare Movement (1920-2020)
There are many different events happening all around the world to celebrate the Centennial of Chiara Lubich’s birth, the founder of the Focolare Movement. As Maria Voce, the president of the Focolare Movement mentioned in her greeting for the opening of […]

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Howard – an extraordinary example of love in unity

Howard – an extraordinary example of love in unity

We celebrate the life of Howrd Belcher on this 1 year anniversary!
 
Howard J. Belcher, the first married focolarino in the United States, reached the heavenly Mariapolis on February 18, 2018. With him was Rose, his 5 sons, and his sister Alice.
Howard was born February 1, 1935 in Chicago IL. Back in 1954, while in military […]

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Accompanying those around us

Accompanying those around us

From December 29, 2018 to January 1, 2019, twenty six men & women focolarini from across the North American zone gathered at Mariapolis Luminosa. It was a chance to strengthen the unity among us, explore the newly developed Youth Center (YCNA) and collectively discern how we can best accompany the young people around us.
We had […]

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Pathways for a United World

Pathways for a United World

Pathways for a United World is a journey within the United World Project that makes us face the challenges of the world by promoting concrete actions and projects and making them visible in the network in order to spread fraternity.
Every year we work on a particular path, or aspect of human life: economy, politics, justice, […]

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Pope Francis visits Loppiano, Focolare’s first little-city

Pope Francis visits Loppiano, Focolare’s first little-city

Thursday, May 10, 2018
From the international town of Loppiano, Pope Francis launched an appeal to build together a new civilisation of alliance.

Very early in the morning, along the roads still wrapped in the morning mist, the “Loppiano people” walked up towards the town, 20 km from Florence. The display of native costume and head-dresses of various […]

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