Remembering Giuseppe Maria Zanghì, “Peppuccio,”
one of Chiara Lubich’s earliest followers
Healthy food? Blah! But with a puppet named Mr. Kolache, children can learn a healthy lifestyle in a way that it is fun. Mr. Kolache’s creator Jeffrey Zwartjes loves puppetry because through this art, he can give others joy …
A pioneer of the Focolare who found his meaning in life in dedicating himself to others: A tribute to Oreste Basso
Paul Sung had to face several periods of unemployment. He did not give up and made a career – he found out there is more to life than competition…
By Susanne Janssen
Taking over my sister’s event planning agency? Not my favorite plan! But Sandra Benitez found a reason why to do so, and her agency is now efficient while giving priority to a spirit of family.
By Joylani Scavo
A tribute to Pino Quartana. He dedicated his life to those in need. A free spirit who found meaning in life and a way to save his marriage.
By Tanino Minuta and Emilie Christy
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.
Valeria Ronchetti was a teenager who loved sports, art, and sculpture, and wanted to drive a car and a motorcycle. In the spring of 1944, she unearthed a conspiracy taking place in Trent, Italy, and it changed her life forever. She became one of the columns of the Focolare, being sent on various missions by Chiara Lubich.