More than 1,200 gather in Argentina for “Cities for Unity,” promoted by the Movement for Unity in Politics of the Focolare.
Founded in 1996 and active in several nations, the Movement is comprised of politicians belonging to different parties.
Even in being unjustly accused we can learn to embrace the sufferings that come and to see every occasion as an opportunity to love.
On November 13, in St. Peter’s Basilica, Charles de Foucauld, a French Army officer who entered religious life and became a hermit, will be beatified.
Hurricane Katrina’s landfall resulted in a dispersion of people nationwide. Notes from a relief volunteer on hand as evacuees reached San Antonio, Texas following Katrina and then Rita.
Living City interviewed Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Archbishop of Washington, upon his return from the Gulf area. In and around New Orleans, 90% of Catholic churches, schools and buildings have been damaged by the hurricanes.
Interview with Canadian Bernard Émond, writer and director of La Neuvaine, multiple award winner at the 58th Locarno Film Festival 2005