The Focolare’s key point on “love that is reciprocal,” Part 4: how to build real relationships that mirror the Trinity here on Earth.
April 2014 Articles Archive
Abraham, Simeon, Naomi and Sarah — the elderly of the Bible are carriers of light and hope, bringing fruits that are important for society.
From assistance at the food pantry to friendship: an important step.
Taking up the challenge of each moment — a way to live an undivided life…
Does our lifestyle have an impact on the way we are teaching? Certainly! Therefore, even if we cannot talk about our faith in school, the choice of God lived in professional life can be a privileged way to bear witness and to transmit Gospel values. Christian Kewitsch, an orchestra director in a school in Hamburg, Germany, shares how he found his way to do so.
Remembering Rabbi Joseph Ehrenkranz (1926 - 2014): He spent his life for reconciliation and mutual understanding
Being the new one in class is not easy, especially if someone picks on you! Sam found a way to face this challenge that worked…
If we are all brothers and sisters, we can love everyone, without holding back: Focolare founder Chiara Lubich shares her vision of being one family — worldwide
Slovakian traditions for a special breakfast: an Easter cheese with a lot of eggs
Immigrating without legal documents: Why a family overstayed their student visa and remained in the U.S.
The importance of wording in recognizing the myriad of circumstances in which people come to a new country
Why do immigrants come illegally? And do they use our resources without paying for them? An immigration lawyer offers some reflections on common questions about immigrants
What is it like growing up with more than one culture? Some young Canadians share their life and their experience of integrating different cultural value systems.