Chiara Lubich’s charism of unity generated thousands of initiatives: social programs, publishing activities, schools, towns and even a university.
A farewell to Chiara Lubich at Rome’s ecumenical basilica
Chiara Lubich’s “being woman” grew out of the depth of her experience with God.
The head of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity paid this tribute to Chiara Lubich.
From 1964 through 2000, Chiara Lubich made seven trips to the U.S. In the pluralism she found, she saw a potential model of unity for the world.
Love for a living crucifix, for Jesus Forsaken in contemporary society, compelled Chiara Lubich to reach out to all.
Chiara Lubich’s legacy includes her finishing touches on the Focolare’s statutes, which capture the characteristics of her new charism.
An interview with Fr. Pasquale Foresi, a co-founder of Focolare, who played a key role alongside Chiara in socially and culturally incarnating her ideal of unity
Chiara always had a soft spot for young people. And she never hesitated to challenge them with a great ideal, encouraging them to put God first and be generous.
As Christians of other churches learned of Chiara Lubich's charism of unity, they saw it as a gift for the whole church. An Anglican priest and a Swiss Reformed Church minister share their perspectives.