Interview with Betty Muhjah Hasan-Amin, poet and a follower of Imam W.D. Mohammed.
Gratitude for the life of Imam W.D. Mohammed and the profound relationship he found with Chiara Lubich and the Focolare community.
Though she initially had no intention of founding anything, Chiara Lubich gave life to a vast network of thousands of groups.
From the meeting of Catholic movements with John Paul II at Pentecost 1998 to the meetings with Christian movements and communities in Stuttgart, the Focolare’s commitment to furthering unity among these groups remains significant.
Chiara Lubich never separated spiritual from social issues. For her, helping to renew cities with the ideal of unity was a priority.
Chiara Lubich’s insights gave rise to a worldwide movement, the New Families.
Insight from Pope Benedict at Chiara Lubich’s death and funeral, describing her as a “woman of intrepid faith, messenger of hope and peace”
One way to see Chiara Lubich is through the many lives she touched. And if there were a North American section of heaven, there she would find a good number to welcome her.