A Brazilian doctor, mother of six, shares an experience of life
Statesman, writer and scholar, the life of this Focolare cofounder is acknowledged by the Catholic Church as an example of holiness in ordinary life.
The 25th anniversary of John Paul II’s pontificate
Remembering Lieta Blanca Betoño who left us a year ago after a life spent for unity
Rev. Christopher Evans, an Anglican priest in Oxfordshire, England, shares an experience lived out during his sabbatical leave in Mariapolis Peace, the Focolare’s little town in Tagaytay, the Philippines.
A tribute to Rosalyn Richardson Coleman, a pioneer of the Focolare Movement in the United States.
Adel Chehadé, 54, died suddenly on December 1, after a massive heart attack. His departure to heaven was a shock to all who knew him, and they were many.
Adel was born in Ethiopia on August 8, 1954 to Banoub and Ronda Chehadé, an Egyptian couple whose life has always been rooted in living their Christian faith. He was baptized in the Coptic Church and later ordained a deacon.