Trent, 8 June 2001
Chiara Lubich places Fraternity like a horizon that “makes it possible to think of the common good of all people and, that is, to think of the whole of humanity in political terms.” This is the answer to the problem, that does not admit misunderstandings and shortcuts. We propose this writing as a reflection to the approaching seventh anniversary of the passing on of Chiara Lubich. This year we are celebrating by going in depth on the impact of Chiara’s thought in its political dimension.
From a talk to the City Council of Trent