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  • The Church

    Chiara Lubich
    £7.50
    Chiara Lubich sees the Church as a living reality, an event of communion, and she gives a stimulating answer to the question, ‘What is the Church?’ She responds that it is not a ‘what’ but a ‘who’ because the Church is Jesus in the midst of his people. And the task of the Church is to be, within humanity, a catalyst for unity.
  • The Holy Spirit

    Chiara Lubich
    £7.50
    This collection of texts highlights the powerful action of the Holy Spirit at the beginning of the Focolare Movement. It helps us to enter into the intimacy of Chiara Lubich’s relationship with the Holy Spirit and how she communicated to others her passion that he, the ‘unknown God’ may be known, welcomed and loved.
  • Paths Beyond Imagining

    Silvio Daneo
    £9.95
    Paths Beyond Imagining is a summary of the teachings on inter religious and ecumenical dialogue of the Second Vatican Council.
  • Treasures

    Focolare Movement
    £10.00
    A new compilation CD of 16 Focolare songs. Including: TheTreasure, I live for you, Father of all, We shall be… Audio CD
  • Mary – Flower of Humanity

    Chiara Lubich
    £9.95
    In Chiara Lubich’s understanding, Mary is ‘the flower of humanity’ who through her ‘Yes’ at the Annunciation, gave Jesus physically to the world; and all of us are called to become little Marys’ generating the presence of Jesus spiritually by living out Jesus’ promise: ‘Where two or three are united in my name, I am there among them’ (Mt. 18: 20).
  • Enriched by the Other

    Callan Slipper
    £3.95
    This insightful guide explores Receptive Ecumenism, a discipline of mutual listening, learning and understanding that encourages deeper unity between denominations.
  • My Life across the Oceans

    Silvio Daneo
    £9.95
    Silvio Daneo had been asked to put into writing the main facts which happened in the early days of the Focolare Movement in North America and in Asia.
  • This exceptional work explores the concept expressed by Chiara that the Lord doesn’t ask us for an individual holiness, but for a communitarian holiness in which each person must help their neighbour to become a saint. This collective way of sanctity is explored on the thematic elements of John 17: 11b-19.
  • Natalia

    Matilde Cocchiaro
    £12.00
    As the first companion of Chiara Lubich, Natalia Dallapiccola was always in the forefront of the Focolare activities towards a united world. This book traces her story and the invaluable contributions Natalia has given towards building universal fraternity world-wide.
  • Knowing How to Lose

    Chiara Lubich
    £7.50
    This collection of short reflections will help us to see that true love between persons is possible and that our love of God is the fulfilment of our personal freedom. Again and again the meditations return to the first Christian, Mary, who emerges as the freest human being there has ever been.
  • The Choice of Jesus Forsaken

    Florence Gillet
    £9.95
    The purpose of this book is to show that love for Jesus forsaken is an act of theological faith; as a consequence, it has ecclesial, sacramental, and social dimensions.
  • Here and Now

    Chiara Lubich
    £4.95
    Thought-provoking reflections to help us grasp and live in the ‘here and now’. ‘In the light of her Christian faith and a lifetime of experience with her friends, Chiara Lubich gives us advice on how to use well the ‘here and now’. If we focus on the present moment, we are planting a seed in eternity, to be enjoyed forever.
  • The Sun that Daily Rises

    Chiara Lubich
    £5.00
    The excerpts on the Eucharist from Chiara Lubich’s writings that are collected here reflect the deep union with God that she experienced both as an individual and as a living member of the Body of Christ which is the Church.
  • Callan Slipper offers five ways for Christians to approach one another on the path toward unity.
  • Like the Sunshine

    Susan Gately
    £8.95
    Lieta (Blanca) Betoño (1951-2002) is considered a pioneer of the Focolare Movement in Ireland. As a twenty year old, she wrote ‘I only want to give joy to others’ – a quality confirmed by the name by which she then became known – Lieta – meaning happy or joyful.
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