You might think easily that a monk, a rabbi or an imam are called in a specific way. But have you ever thought that all of humanity might be called to build a piece of the world that God had in mind when he created it? Here are some thoughts and life experiences about finding the right fit for you.
Nobody likes the feeling of falling short. Do our failures and mistakes have a meaning? If we find compassion, we can learn something from the darkest moments of our lives…
Since 2002, more than 12,000 students, faculty members and professionals have taken on over 350 projects in 45 countries around the world.
Sudden melting of ice and snow, together with torrential rain and sleet, flooded our offices
In March and April, Focolare President Maria Voce, Co-president Giancarlo Faletti and others from the Focolare headquarters in Rome will participate at various events.
In 2011 the Focolare will mark a 50-year milestone in North America with celebrations throughout the United States and Canada.
Joseph of Cupertino’s life is an example of simplicity and innocence in youth, mortification and obedience as a priest. Great love for God and for the Blessed Virgin characterizes this popular miracle worker.
Reflections on identity, life and ministry
Haiti and Africa: solidarity beyond poverty