A new year means a new beginning. For some of us, including myself, this past fall was a whole new beginning as we left behind the familiar territories of high school and began our college careers.
“They have left Jesus out!” This was the sign that was set up last Christmas, announcing the project of some of the very youngest boys and girls of the Focolare Movement.
Recently I heard of Tori Catipon, a 16-year old from Gaithersburg, MD, trying to live out the Gospel during her summer vacation.
Many people all over the world responded to the Tsunami disaster in South Asia as an expression of love and brotherhood. Here is the story shared by Andrea, a young woman of the Focolare Movement in India.
>Patricia is a 22-year-old law student originally from Paraguay. She has known the spirituality of unity ever since she was a child, and she has striven to live accordingly in her daily life.
January is a time when I can really “start over”. New Year Resolutions to follow, I thought a great New Years resolution: to try to get some of my friends, who still do not know about my desire to live for unity, involved in loving others too.
Christmas Day became something out of the ordinary for this young person. It became the perfect moment to love.
An experience shared by Lara Mullins, a 15 year old from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. I have known her for many years and have always noted her efforts to build unity by loving everyone, especially in her family.
The College Scene offers many fun moments but also moments to go against the current or to start again in loving each neighbor
A reminder that simply listening with love can have a more profound impact on someone than any words and that, no matter what our denomination or faith tradition might be, God shares his love with all of us.