According to Chiara Lubich, what can we learn from the rays of the sun, a compass, a kangaroo or a birch tree?
March 2013 Articles Archive
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, in his first greeting as bishop of Rome, already indicates what will be a few of the priorities of his pontificate
The charism of unity enlightens many fields of human endeavor – from theology to psychology, politics and law. Everything started with living the words of the Gospel, “they would give rise to a revolution…
Son of an Italian immigrant couple, Jorge Mario Bergoglio has many firsts: first Latin American pope, first to take up the name of Francis, first among the Jesuits to be elected as bishop of Rome. He asked the people for a blessing for his mandate.
A professor has to choose: standing behind the rights of her students, or taking the easy way out and agreeing with the majority?
EXPO 2013 in Chicago will be a laboratory for positive change, a unique inter-disciplinary networking opportunity for those who want to renew society.
What would you do if someone was stealing from your child’s bank account? A mother discovered that the first impulse is not always the right choice.
Leticia Espinoza was always nagging her brother to clean up his stuff, but it wasn’t working. One day, she was tempted “to just throw all of his clothes in a laundry basket, leaving them crumpled” because she was upset, but something changed her mind…
Certainly, Christianity is not lived out with a few donations or a bit of compassion. What is the measure of love, and what we can learn from a hen and her chicks?
Have you made a new friend lately? Aman, 7, shows us that it’s easier than we think.
Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli has had a disability since childhood. He needs crutches, but he decided that this will not define his life. He became a famous break dancer and, together with other Canadians, he inspires people.
Cristina Dimatulac’s dream was to become a doctor to help to cure people from fatal illnesses. But she discovered that even in teaching at a high school, she can become a remedy for those around her.
Some Middle-Eastern hospitality can help you keep your friends – and make new ones…
In this issue, we’ll look at experiences in the world of education.
Trading punches for dance moves; guns for musical instruments: two anti-bullying programs striving to have an impact that strengthens children’s ability to deal with conflicts.
Chiara Lubich, before the Focolare, was working as a teacher in small villages around Trent, Italy. How did she teach? Read unpublished episodes by former students and a colleague.