From the voices of the inhabitants of Jerusalem a point of view that sees seeds of hope in the most disputed city in the world beyond what the chronicle gives us daily.
Anna Maria, Jessica and Talat: a testimony of friendship between faithful of the three monotheistic religions. When the walls of mistrust and prejudice collapse, one experiences the possibility of looking to the future with courage and hope.
Peace can be built in a thousand ways. At times we also need places to meet, places of spirituality, study, dialogue and formation. A project of the Focolare for Jerusalem.
Jaguar 2019. In the Focolare little town near Nairobi (Kenya) more the 1oo young people from 7 countries meet for a leadership training.
By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in urban areas. The challenges and opportunities of this phenomenon are at the heart of the international conference held from 17 to 20 January at the Mariapolis Centre in Castel Gandolfo.
From the 6th to the 10th of November 2018, forty Bishops friends of Focolare, from 12 different Churches and five continents met at Sigtuna, Sweden, bringing with them the challenges and joys of their lives. What is the significance of these gatherings and do they accomplish anything? Susan Gately, a journalist from Ireland, finds out.
In the “Ecopesce” (Ecofish) workshop and the shop called “E Nustren” nothing is thrown away. This is the philosophy behind a small business based at Cesenatico in Italy that processes and sells fish from the Adriatic Sea, using only refrigeration technology. What reaches the customers’ table is a product that would otherwise not be valued or perhaps even thrown away. All this happens by putting sharing before economics.
There is much good practice going on and prophetic experiences which engage in alternative economic models directed towards integral human development and sustainability. The Prophetic Economy event formed a network to bring together some of these experiences that want to change the world…