Why an Italian politician, journalist and writer integrated his faith with his commitments — thoughts and writings of Igino Giordani (1894-1980).
One hundred years ago, the theory of general relativity shook the world of physics
Pastry chef Dieter Schorner inspires and teaches aspiring bakers
After helping lead Focolare communities in Africa for 25 years, a transfer to her native Europe
Celebrating Terry Gunn, Focolare co-director for the Eastern United States, who concluded his holy journey November 8
Me, Chiara Lubich, and that calling. An interview with Father Casimiro Bonetti
Dr. Lawrence Carter is a prominent figure with 30 years’ worth of accolades to his name, and a man who has proven his love for humankind.
Focolare’s beginnings in Chicago trace back to Fr. Joe Scopa who met Chiara Lubich and her spirituality in 1955. The Gospel lifestyle he found was the inspiring spark for today’s Focolare community in the Midwest