A mosaic of fraternal love
May 10–16 is World Unity Week,an initiative of Youth for a United World
The activities carried on around the world by the Youth for a United World are like a mosaic of fraternal love, where they try to live out the full meaning of ‘love.’ They explain how the word ‘fraternal’ tries to convey a sense of human equality and brotherhood.
Ordinary, extraordinary life
Carrying the name — and the ideals — of the Focolare founder, 18-year-old Chiara Luce Badano lived out her faith, loving until the end
Outside looking in
Perspectives of the U.S. changed by an Italian student
They’re Great Kids
It amounts to an educational emergency: how can we pass on values that endure to teens?
More than 100,000 young people participated in sports and social programs during the worldwide relay.
Generation Why: search for meaning
Children of Baby Boomers have their unique way of doing things. What impact will they have on the world?
Breaking Through the Darkness
Chiara Lubich invites youth worldwide to break through to the light
Set God As the Goal
Returning from a Focolare meeting in Toronto, Hara “Res” Kim lost her life in a tragic car accident. Though saddened by her death, we continue rejoicing at who she was, and is, for us.
The Compass and Map to Find My Way
Many of us can relate to her experience as life pulls us in many directions and can overwhelm us. Reading her story, I realized what a source of strength and truth the spirituality of unity is.