A selection of insights from Chiara Lubich on directing our souls, and our entire lives (even work!) toward God
The darkness, anguish and final spiritual “night” that Chiara Lubich experienced; Sophia University Institute is born
Chiara Lubich was founder and first president of the Focolare Movement, and a prolific writer.
We continue to celebrate the centennial of her birth (1920) by covering key moments in her life.
Part 20: 2004–2007
For Chiara Lubich’s centennial (1920–2020), Living City is featuring a series of interviews with Focolare members in North America — this time with Dick and Shirley Tetreau from Toronto
Much is known about Lubich’s public life — but who was she before founding the Focolare Movement?
Throughout the Focolare, special attention is being given this year to one of the points of its spirituality, the presence of the Holy Spirit. In order to encourage young people and help them be more aware of the presence and action of the Holy Spirit in their lives, Focolare founder Chiara Lubich went over the words of the hymn “Come Holy Spirit” with a group.
Reflections by Focolare’s founder on doing God’s will
Focolare founder points to the different stages in Mary’s life as an example for our own spiritual path — Part 2