Nowadays politics has become a hot button issue even among family and friends. The Focolare communities in the USA grapple with this difficulty and set out to establish a dialogue that accepts diversity but avoids direct opposition. (http://www.newcitypress.com/5-steps-to-positive-political-dialogue.html)
200 members of world religions from 13 Asian countries attended the School of Oriental Religions in Tagaytay. It was a special experience of dialogue and sharing.
The Restaurant of Mercy in Amman even caught the attention of Queen Rania.
The Yari Miri Project: an encounter with the Ava Guaranì aboriginal community. IA place that speaks of a journey in mutual love and rediscovered dignity.
Régine, herself an immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo, goes beyond her personal drama and transforms her suffering into ideas and projects for others in need. (http://www.amaf-suisse.ch/)
In Perth, the most isolated city on earth, young people and families from a local community connect with migrant families and their needs.
A teenager from The Netherlands, who was a victim of bullying since the age of 6, starts a blog and finds, through the replies, that “we are strong together”.
Rolf came out of the depths of mourning to seek the good of others: he helps people in Myanmar to escape from many types of poverty and many people call him “Uncle Rolf”. (www.mariaschregel.org)