A report from the former French colony, now home to several foreign military bases and corridor for immigrants from Somalia and Eritrea
“The answer isn’t to run away, but to stay:” Despite the difficulties, a retiree gets involved in politics — and becomes a bridge between the different parties.
Why an Italian politician, journalist and writer integrated his faith with his commitments — thoughts and writings of Igino Giordani (1894-1980).
She’s a Democrat, he’s a Republican — but Dick and Shirley Marquis from Tucson, Arizona, maintain peace in their “mixed marriage.” Here’s how they found a way to communicate about hot issues…
Founded in 1996 and active in several nations, the Movement is comprised of politicians belonging to different parties.
More than 1,200 gather in Argentina for “Cities for Unity,” promoted by the Movement for Unity in Politics of the Focolare.