The Darwins: he was agnostic, she a profound believer. They had 10 children and a successful marriage full of great affection and mutual respect
He is a symbol for the entire world, a “troublemaker” who paved the way to dialogue. How a man from South African inspired people in the U.S.
You have it all — a good job, money, a house. Shouldn’t you be happy? How some people are listening to the deepest desires of their hearts
“In figure skating, the only way to learn is to fall,” says a coach. Can we truly learn without “falling”? And is there something inherently important behind it?
A pioneer of the Focolare who found his meaning in life in dedicating himself to others: A tribute to Oreste Basso
After the devastating explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, the Rauschuber family rebuilds and shows what is really valuable.
Almost a fifth of the global population does not believe in God or a higher being. An atheist reflects on the importance of people with non-religious beliefs for building a united world.
By Piero Taiti
How do you prevent kids from joining a gang? Not with words. Not with punishment, but maybe with a job and trust…
By Susanne Janssen
This was a moment that actually solidified, an accident that gave this complex day more meaning
After helping lead Focolare communities in Africa for 25 years, a transfer to her native Europe