The Focolare Movement has the features of a large and diverse family, a “new people born of the Gospel,” as Chiara Lubich, the Foundress, defined it. It is a movement of spiritual and social renewal founded in Trent, Italy, in 1943, during World War II. The Focolare Movement, officially called the “Work of Mary,” was recognized by the Catholic Church in 1962. Today it is present in 182 countries, and more than 2 million people participate closely in its life and work.


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