An interracial couple shares their experiences of racism and reflects on what it will mean for their future children
August-September 2020 Articles
Organizing a breakfast drive for the homeless
While our doctors and nurses are certainly heroes during the Covid-19 pandemic, a utilitarian approach to medicine could overlook life’s intrinsic value - Originally published in Law and Liberty, June 8, 2020
“I have a friend who believes in conspiracy theories. How can I talk with him about this subject?” S. P.
A traditional African American dessert: sweet potato pie
A mother of five young children shares how Covid-19 drew their family closer
A woman shares how she finds God’s hidden love amid the lockdown
Focolare founder Chiara Lubich and her closest friends experienced something extraordinary during the summer of 1949. Living City is featuring a series by the Italian theologian Fr. Fabio Ciardi, OMI, who explains the meaning and impact of her writings about “Paradise ’49.” Part 12 (and last) features designing the Focolare Movement’s future structure, a new reality in the Church, based on this experience.
A social worker from Focolare reflects on the background of recent events
As a young person I need to use my platform — if I don’t, I’ll live with regret
The Templeton Prize 2020 honors an American physician and geneticist
Readers comment and share experiences from recent livingcity articles.
An African American living in a Focolare community shares her perspective
Racism has deep roots — it will take time and personal action to remove it
How relationships can uncover our blindness to racism