Solar Impulse, the first plane entirely fueled by solar energy, flew day and night without gas during an intercontinental trip from Switzerland to Morocco last summer.
January 2013 Articles Archive
A science major travels to the Middle East to understand the struggle for peace there.
“Not everything will look perfect when you visit the school, but what is important is that you will make a difference for the children by sharing your care and expertise.”
"When love of neighbor is resolute and determined, it can actually cause a hidden revolution."
Kesz Valdez, winner of the International Children’s Peace Prize 2012, shines a light on the great potential of every street child
The scarred areas of our lives — the “knots,” if you will — are wounds that we might try to forget or cover up, but Christ can bring new growth out of them and make them beautiful
Keeping up with the complexities of the struggle for peace in the Middle East can be overwhelming. For those of us who are far away, what can we do about it?
Ecumenism in family life and in an ecumenical choir in Quito
Extraordinary experiences from a citizen in Syria and her dedication to children in need
A young French couple shares their experience of expecting a child, but then the mother is suddenly diagnosed with cancer
On September 28, 2002 the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland invited Focolare founder Chiara Lubich to offer a prayer for unity in their chapel just before an ecumenical meeting. We find it very inspiring.
Focolare’s president reflects on one of the main tenets of the spirituality of unity: love of neighbor – Part 1. By Maria Voce