End-of-life issues are acute in most Western countries. What can the spirituality of unity contribute to this debate?
February 2020 Articles Archive
A young registered dietitian offers a quick look at food as preventive medicine
For Chiara Lubich’s centennial (1920–2020), Living City is featuring a series of interviews with Focolare members in North America — this time with Dick and Shirley Tetreau from Toronto
Focolare founder Chiara Lubich experienced something extraordinary during the summer of 1949. Living City is featuring a series by the Italian theologian Fr. Fabio Ciardi, OMI, who explains the meaning and impact of her writings about “Paradise ’49.” Part 6 features the uniqueness of her “mystical marriage” and a new understanding of the Word of God.
A mother navigates her fear as her son’s heart surgery unfolds
The feeling I got for saving my aunt’s life was the ultimate gift
How to keep the healing of people as the central focus in the healthcare business
Chiara Lubich’s dream for a venue at a holy site is closer to reality
Caring for a spouse who has Alzheimer’s, the situation didn’t change, but I did
Tania Avila, a Bolivian theologian of the Quechua people who participated in the recent Synod on the Amazon, explains what dialogue means to her and how diversity can achieve change
“What can you do about difficult family relationships that cause hurt in you and other family members? Is it always necessary to maintain these relationships?” C. E.
We believe that we can “make it happen” and govern everything that happens to us. How true is that?
Chicken adobo, a dish that brings back childhood memories from the Philippines
One effective way to reduce waste is to buy used electronics