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"The clothes" of Jesus Forsaken

Rocca di Papa, 1 June 1972

On 24th January 1944 Chiara Lubich discovered what would become a key point of the spirituality of unity: Jesus on the cross who felt forsaken by the Father and who is the greatest expression of love. The experience related in this extract from a talk, shows the immediate and deep relationship that marked every encounter Chiara had with Jesus forsaken in life's many sufferings.

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The Holy Spirit springtime in the Church

Rimini (Italy), May 2, 1998

21st National Convention of the Charismatic Renewal Movement
Chiara’s video conference from Brazil

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Loppiano, May 16, 1987

Jesus' mysterious cry of forsakenness on the cross is at the heart of Chiara Lubich's spirituality. She explains more about him in response to a question from a young person.

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July 16, 1949

Castelgandolfo, February 23, 2001

 

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Inauguration of the "Mariapolis Piero" in Kenya

Nairobi,  May 19, 1992

Chiara Lubich’s message to all those who were in Nairobi on the occasion of the laying of the foundation stone of the newly created little town dedicated to Piero Pasolini. He was a focolarino and a scientist whodesigned and built much of the infrastructure at Fontem in Cameroon.It was an historical event for the Movement in Africa.

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Message for the First World Interdependence Day in Philadelphia

12th September 2003

Chiara Lubich’s message on that occasion had the tone of a genuine ‘manifesto’.

The name of the city it was held in, Philadelphia, expresses its goal, which is the unity of the human family. The aim of politics is the unity of peoples and Chiara outlines clearly what can make it happen: fraternity, the communion of goods, God’s love for all his children, peace.

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