Healthy food? Blah! But with a puppet named Mr. Kolache, children can learn a healthy lifestyle in a way that it is fun. Mr. Kolache’s creator Jeffrey Zwartjes loves puppetry because through this art, he can give others joy …
A pioneer of the Focolare who found his meaning in life in dedicating himself to others: A tribute to Oreste Basso
Taking over my sister’s event planning agency? Not my favorite plan! But Sandra Benitez found a reason why to do so, and her agency is now efficient while giving priority to a spirit of family.
By Joylani Scavo
Paul Sung had to face several periods of unemployment. He did not give up and made a career – he found out there is more to life than competition…
By Susanne Janssen
Chiara Lubich, before the Focolare, was working as a teacher in small villages around Trent, Italy. How did she teach? Read unpublished episodes by former students and a colleague.
Cristina Dimatulac’s dream was to become a doctor to help to cure people from fatal illnesses. But she discovered that even in teaching at a high school, she can become a remedy for those around her.
The Canadian artist and graphic designer John Elphick has loved painting since he was a teenager – the challenge for him now is to create something together with others. By John Elphick
Excerpts from the eulogy that Lenny’s children shared at his funeral celebration By the Szczesniak children
No one could meet Lenny Szczesniak and remain the same. The life of a Focolare pioneer on the East Coast reveals his leitmotiv: the purpose of life is to seek perfection in love. By Clare Zanzucchi and the Szczesniak children