Why is it so difficult to dialogue with those who are different?
A journalist from Santiago de Cuba shares how Cubans see the new beginning between their country and the U.S.
The President of the Focolare Movement addresses the United Nations
Is it possible for a nation that seems to be tumbling toward an ever-greater disunity to stop the momentum and learn how to listen to people who think differently?
Tanzania’s first president, Mwalimu Nyerere, is admired for his idealism and personal integrity.
Focolare youth in Brescia, Italy, work at the vision for their city.
Excerpts from the Focolare founder’s address to British politicians at the Palace of Westminster, London, in June 2004