A deep experience of sharing in daily life between Tatiana, a Christian, and Basma, a Muslim. This story speaks of an encounter between peoples, who recognise one another as family through openness and receptivity to one another.
About 700 people from 42 countries and 69 churches and ecclesial communities took part in the Ecumenical Week at Castel Gandolfo near Rome from 9th-13th May.
A short interview with the University Rector, Piero Coda on the new developments at Sophia and the witness of two former students from Cameroon and Italy.
150 Km from Budapest, Hungarians, gypsies and people of other nationalities meet to get to know one another, to share and … discover they are brothers and sisters.
Flashmob at Loppiano and the words of Giusi Nicolini, the former Mayor of Lampedusa, who received the UNESCO Peace Prize.
We hear news from New Caledonia, Malaysia, Guatemala and Mexico about the “race for peace and unity” that went around the world.
Four families from the Philippines, England, Vietnam and Russia talk about the fruits of their experience at a school that has been welcoming thousands of families from all over the world for over 35 years.
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)