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The volume of Words of Life is more than a commentary on the gospel message, it is a charismatic reading, an intuition, and an invitation to put the words of Scripture into practice in everyday life. It is part of a series of 13 books.
This collection of writings by Pasquale Foresi is essential reading for anyone interested in the Focolare spirituality of unity.
Doodlings and Doggerel is a wonderful anthology of sixty poems, many of those are profound and personal reflections on scripture. David is a Methodist minister living in Belfast.
Soul Seasons is the follow up to Jim’s book of poems, Gym for the Soul, and was written over the space of two years of observing the seasons as they came and went, both in the world around him and in his own life and the lives of those he loves.
Richard Rolle was born in Yorkshire and was a contemporary of Julian of Norwich. By nature he had questions about everything, especially about the meaning of life. Although not a Franciscan himself, he was one with them in his love of God and delight in poverty and simplicity.
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The Regulation of the Volunteers of God reflects the vocation of the volunteers in the Focolare Movement. It accompanies some of the articles in the Regulation with comments by Chiara Lubich.
The Story of the Volunteers of God 1956–1996.
This book continues the story of the Volunteers of God recorded in God in the Midst of the world –
1956 to 1996.
These pages tell the story of the Volunteers of God in the first forty years of their existence, from
Chiara Amirante’s story is the stuff of high adventure. It tells of a soul completely given to God and to the service of those most in need in our society.
This biography aims at presenting Chiara Lubich's life and work from a ‘historical’ perspective, offering the reader a rich and well-documented development of facts, situations and experiences.
This book, published during the centenary year of the birth of Chiara Lubich, may be considered a treatise on the spirituality of unity as lived out in the Focolare Movement. The readers hopefully discover in the brothers and sisters of a Church that is different from theirs the face of the one Christ.
Like many women mystics of the past, St Gertrude is being rediscovered and appreciated as a true spiritual teacher rather than just a sentimental woman visionary.
While people are agonizing over the need to find solutions to the critical issues of our time, they will only find them in Jesus, and not only in Jesus living in the depths of each individual heart, but in Jesus reigning among people.