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Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Living in the world

April 27, 2012
Focolare comes from the Italian word meaning “hearth” or “family fireside”. This is a concept whose absence has been sorely felt in our times. People don’t gather around warmth communally anymore. Since the time of the fireside gatherings we have scrambled and sought ways to replicate this unique and necessary source of fellowship and solidarity that the hearth used to unfailingly provide.
On this Perspectives episode Pedro speaks with Tim King andJeroen Van Der Biezenboth are members of the Focolare movement. They share how we can be in the world and not of the world, and also explain about what the Focolare movement is.

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