On Sunday October18th, a web meeting will bring together some of the first young people of the Focolare Movement who, in the 1960s, accepted Chiara Lubich's invitation to the new generations to commit themselves to a united world. Moderator: journalist Gianni Bianco.
Trento, Chiara Lubich's birthplace, will soon host a conference dedicated to the value of the Focolare founder's texts, both spoken and written, from a linguistic and literary point of view. The event, which takes place in the Centenary of Lubich's birth, is coordinated by an international study and research group and can be followed via web.
The exhibition dedicated to Chiara Lubich in her hometown in Italy is enriched with a multilingual virtual tour that will allow visitors from all over the world to visit the exhibition composed of images and documents. May 13th marks the launching on the web, a significant date for Trento and Lubich.
Due to the temporary closure of the “Galleries” of Trent, the virtual tour of the exhibition will be made available starting May 13.
An unexpected way of living Chiara Lubich’s centenary. Maria Voce’s talk in the Osservatore Romano.
How the idea of creating the Sophia University Institute came about, and how it has developed to date, showing the cultural scope of Chiara Lubich’s charism of unity.