The Focolare Movement strives to contribute to the achievement of universal brotherhood. Its influence reaches many areas of human activity – politics, economics, the mass media, education, health care, art, sports and so on.

Brotherly love establishes positive social relationships everywhere, capable of rendering our human consortium more cohesive, more just, and happier.

Our more than 60-year-old experience tells us that these relationships of brotherhood lived out on a daily basis and on a personal level, both in the family and society, in political forums and economic structures, free up untapped moral and spiritual resources.
They are new types of rapports, full of meaning, which give life to the most varied projects, which inspire structures that are for the good of individual citizens and of the community as a whole.”

Chiara Lubich (February 11, 2008)