Facing Today’s Challenges
Interview with Chiara Lubich looks at how ordinary can people prevent terrorism?
From Death to Life
Putting the country’s contaminated and hazardous lands back into the hands of the community
The whole nation and everyone was in shock during and after hurricane Katrina. It was hard to watch all that the media was reporting. Finding news about friends and family in that region proved to be a difficult task.
Taking Charge of the Environment
Kenyan Professor Wangari Maathai, an environmental campaigner and founder of the Green Belt Movement, is the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize since it was first awarded in 1901.
1945-2005 Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Never Again
While Hiroshima and Nagasaki have managed to rebuild infrastructure and business relatively quickly, their citizens still consider themselves unfortunate heirs to one of the saddest pages of twentieth century history.
Peace in times of war
Even in situations of violence, unexpected seeds of peace and respect are sprouting. We report on Colombia, Macedonia and the Philippines.
The children’s saint
Ready and willing
200,000 met in Berlin to support, encourage, learn about and get involved in Germany’s important ongoing process of ecumenism.
A brief history of the Rosary
The origin and developments of this prayer