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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.
This insightful guide explores Receptive Ecumenism, a discipline of mutual listening, learning and understanding that encourages deeper unity between denominations.
At this critical moment of history when believers are often stereotyped as fanatics by the media, the author takes us back to what is essential in both Christianity and Islam: love.
This is a book about interreligious dialogue between Jews and Christians, but it is so much more. Truly, it is a dialogue for life, full of wisdom and experience that benefits readers in every aspect of life.
The contributors to this book write from a faith perspective but respectful of the place and role of science, both historically and today.
This is a book about the business practices of a group of companies who are dedicated to changing the world. These companies participate in the Economy of Communion (EOC) project, which is an initiative of the international and ecumenical Focolare movement.
Callan Slipper offers five ways for Christians to approach one another on the path toward unity.
This book presents the fascinating story of Sant’Egidio’s activities for peace and reconciliation for the good of humanity. And their motivation: love of God and love of neighbour.
Luigino Bruni offers an authoritative and innovative look at the cultural and anthropological premises underlying contemporary market economies and their promises. He suggests that the market has betrayed its promises and points out the need for balancing the increasing tendency toward isolation with the human need for relationships.
Leahy presents the movements as examples of the Church’s charismatic dimension, a principle which Pope John Paul II described as ‘co-essential’ with the hierarchical-institutional dimension.
Gold examines the origins and substance of a promising alternative to the current globalized economy: the Economy of Communion. Benedict XVI cited the Economy of Communion in Caritas in Veritate as a promising form of intermediate activity between for-profit business and classic non-profit institutions.
This little book offers a refreshing approach to Christian unity based on Chiara Lubich’s spirituality of communion. It contains her addresses to the World Council of Churches and at various ecumenical events.
Second Edition. The question of peace in the Holy Land is key to the whole problem of relationships between the West and Islam. In this profound text, Patriarch Michel Sabbah reflects on his first-hand experience of the situation and offers his thoughts on a way towards peace and reconciliation.
In a world torn apart by conflict, the author, himself an experienced peace-maker, proposes some ways ahead in the complex world of international relations.
This little book offers many practical suggestions for implementing and strengthening spiritual ecumenism, the heart of all efforts to re-unite divided Christians. It is an invaluable aid for anyone interested in or committed to the restoration of Christian unity.