Giving and receiving in the life and thought of Paul Ricoeur
Where do we go after the Supreme Court’s decision? A young author’s take
How the spirituality of unity can help us to self-regulate our emotions and develop resilience
When life gives you zucchinis, bake a cake
A delicious recipe that makes use of a bumper crop of summer vegetables
“Going to confession seems almost not necessary to me... isn’t it more important to try to remedy the wrong that I have done to my neighbor?”
Largest known plant on earth discovered in the Australian ocean—it is 4,500 years old!
“When you are a parent, every day is the busiest day of the week.” (Unknown parent)
How rolling the Cube of Love helped me to see a parishioner as a neighbor to be loved
Chiara Lubich was founder and first president of the Focolare Movement, and a prolific writer.
We continue to celebrate the centennial of her birth (1920) by covering key moments in her life.
Part 21 (and last): 2008
That look in Chiara’s eyes
Her last months; a “yes” with some trepidation; the immense gratitude of those touched by her life
Lights and shadows in a metropolis suspended between the sacred and the profane, the city is an international attraction that is not without its poverty and problems