The Bishops conference held in Sigtuna (Sweden) came to its end yesterday. The Bishops present come from various Churches and are friends of the Focolare Movement. How does the Holy Spirit work in today’s Church? Does it still make sense to talk about an ecumenical journey at a time marked by fragmentation, complexity, scandals and humanitarian challenges even for Christians?
The recent international “Prophetic Economy” event succeeded in bringing together diverse protagonists of change in the world, with different approaches to a common goal of improving the status quo. Through a dynamic exchange of good practices – including outstanding contributions from the younger participants – a collaborative network has emerged of “prophetic actions” already happening in the here-and-now.
The 37th ecumenical meeting of bishops, friends of the Focolare Movement will take place at Sigtuna, Sweden from 6 to 9 November 2018. It will focus on listening to the voice of the Spirit in a world that faces ecumenical and present-day challenges.
Seven networked organizations to travel together new paths and combat poverty and the environmental crisis: this is the objective of the event “Prophetic Economy” to be held in Rome (Castel Gandolfo) from 2 to 4 November 2018.
Seventy years since the encounter between government deputy Igino Giordani and Focolare foundress Chiara Lubich at the Italian Parliament. Meeting in Rome, September 18, Palazzo San Macuto, from 16:30
In a letter addressed to the Holy Father, the Focolare president expresses her closeness to Pope Francis “in the face of the traps aimed at discrediting him and his work for renewal.”
The eleventh edition of the Genfest has just come to its end. The 6,000 young people present, who came from Focolare communities in more than 100 countries worldwide, launched their project: “Pathways to Fraternity”.
The main topic for the world meeting of Focolare Youth will be personal, social and political borders. This event which will take place in Manila, the Philippines from 6-8 July2018 will be broadcast through live streaming.
630 girls members of the Focolare Community and hailing from 17 different countries, discuss the Zero Hunger Goal at the FAO headquarters in Rome.
Seven organizations get together to collect ideas and good practices about alternative economic models oriented towards integral human development and sustainability.
From Loppiano, the international town of the Focolare Movement, Pope Francis launched an
appeal to face the pressing needs of our time together.