March 2015 Articles Archive
Walking the fine line.
Where are the limits of humor and satire?
Who defines the limits?
Balancing the two freedoms of speech and religion
Remembering Giuseppe Maria Zanghì, “Peppuccio,”
one of Chiara Lubich’s earliest followers
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 mainly 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. Looking back at Jesus’ Last Supper and the practice of the first Christians, coming together on the first day of the week and breaking bread together can either enrich one’s own faith journey or provide insight that fosters dialogue.
Retracing the Emerald Isle’s cultural roots
and the arrival of Christianity there
There was more to be done to repair the relationship with our neighbors
The challenges of forgiving my sister as our family was falling apart
Forgiving others is tough enough, but what about forgiving ourselves?