Rafko, a slovenian young man, has accepted his disability as a gift, as part of life. He believes that to live for others and to contribute to a positive, better future does not necessarily depend on one’s being healthy.
The San Francisco Bay area community—together with many others—walked side by side with Ile Pereira through her final weeks.
The decade-long collaboration of Ile Pereira and Antonio Vallejo, both in the Dominican Republic and Los Angeles
Sharry Silvi tells of the exceptional experience of unity she lived with Ile Pereira during her final days
Celebrating the life of Maria “Ile” Pereira, regional director of the Focolare in Los Angeles and the Dominican Republic
In appreciation of Fr. Angelo Beghetto’s life of poverty and unity, which opened important ecumenical paths in Istanbul
Celebrating mothers this May
Boldness and optimism, for love of the Church and humankind
As a child growing up in Montreal, Canada, I remember my parents often talking about the so-called “miracle-worker of Mount Royal.” Such stories fascinated me and I wanted to learn more about his work and life.