The protagonists, the stories, Loppiano is a laboratory of fraternity in action.
Sandro Bosio, who arrived in Loppiano in the 1980s to spend a fortnight there and never left, tells us about “his” Renata Borlone.
The experience of Mark, who comes from Aleppo, Syria and who, since December 2020, has been participating in the Loppiano Youth Project.
Gigliola Paganotto, focolarina of Loppiano and teacher at the Istituto Comprensivo di Pelago (FI), tells us about the participation and the assignment of the prize to class III D.
The #daretocare committee of Loppiano has promoted a fundraiser to help refugees in the Balkans and the victims of the earthquake in Croatia.
The life in Loppiano of Aitor, a Spanish focolarino priest, and his companions who live in San Vito.
The General Assembly of the Focolare concluded on February 7 with an invitation to become close to “those who do not count or who live in disadvantaged conditions”.
Stella Marilène Nishimwe comes from Burundi and attends Sophia University Institute: she tells of her personal growth and what she dreams of for herself and for Africa.
Jesús Morán was re-elected Co-President of the Focolare Movement, his second term in office.
Margaret Karram is the third President to lead the Movement after the founder, Chiara Lubich and after Maria Voce who just completed two terms.
Renata Borlone told by Father Sergio Raiteri, founder of the Marian Community Youth Mission of Civitavecchia.
Today, January 22, Chiara Lubich would have been 101 years old. We talk about her with Andrea Gagliarducci, author of the book “Chiara Lubich. Love conquers all.
The General Assembly of the Focolare Movement will take place online from 24 January to 7 February.