A conference on the charismatic figure of Chiara Lubich, who knew how to look to the new millennium with all its epoch-making changes, proposing the ideal of universal fraternity.
Originally planned as part of the centenary year of Chiara Lubich’s birth, this event was postponed due to the pandemic, and the funds raised distributed to people in need. It’s now being launched on social media by the Focolare Movement in Brazil, with the original content but communicated in a completely new way.
The event brought together experts from various countries in Chiara Lubich's hometown for a linguistic, philological and literary study of the Focolare founder's writings. Many talks can now be consulted on the Chiara Lubich Centre's website.
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.
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.