April 2015 Articles Archive
Life on an urban farm focuses on Peter Maurin’s motto of cult, culture and cultivation
How Chiara Lubich’s vision of nature can help us respond to environmental issues
In two U.S. dioceses, seminarians spend time on a farm to connect to rural life
Salvadorans celebrate the official recognition of their archbishop, who was gunned down in March 1980
The UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights navigates society’s ethical dilemmas by fostering dialogue
This year, members of the Focolare deepen the sixth point of the spirituality of communion, the Eucharist. We offer some thoughts and reflections of Focolare founder Chiara Lubich. They were addressed to a primarily Catholic audience, continually referring to her own Catholic roots. However, her experience can offer a deeper understanding of this central point of the Christian faith to everyone, either enriching one’s own faith journey or providing insight that fosters dialogue. In this excerpt, she addresses the fact that the Eucharist nourishes and transforms us beyond our earthly life.