New Humanity Movement


A trip to Fontem



Twelve students (representatives of two Italian high schools) left for Africa accompanied by 3 teachers, 2 animators, two shareholders of Unicoop of Florence, a representative of the Focolare Movement and a cameraman.

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Korea: the Village of Joy




The 1950 Korean civil war left the country divided in two: South and North Korea, separated at the 38th latitude parallel. As you all know, the North is under a very rigid military regime that allows no freedom and is leading the population toward disaster because it lacks food and basic services...

By Amata Kim


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Annaheim, an innovative nursing home

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Eckhardt and Relinde Schwappach are the founders of Annaheim, a nursing home for very special elderly people.

By Paolo Balduzzi and Giuseppe Di Pietro

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Interview with Patience Lobé








Patience Lobè (Cameroon) is a 56-year-old widow, the first woman to hold the position of Vice-Director at the Minister of Public Works in her country. Her story is marked by commitment to her people, which is rooted in a deep evangelical lifestyle.

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Meeting of the International Secretariats of the New Humanity Movement




From February 12 to 16 2014, the secretariats of the New Humanity Movement in the world will gather at Castel Gandolfo (Rome) for their annual meeting. It will be a decisive moment to collect the results of the work of the last year and have a look to the future. The presence of Maria Voce

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Social Ethics

There is a bond between spirituality and social commitment that is summed up in ethics: the spiritual elevation of the individual guides it to responsible action in every environment. In the Gospel and in the Scared Books of the other religions there exists the so called Golden Rule, “Do to others what you wish others will do to you”: here is the proposal for a public set of ethics that is easy to translate into the ethics of history.

Health: Person, Environment

Thinking of “the common good” by thinking first of the well-being of the individual is a sure way of finding previously unimagined solutions, but also for sharing ideas and proposals to better the quality of life in our cities, even from the ecological point of view. From the global to the particular, the commitment to health and psychophysical well-being generates a good life which is part of a better society.

Social Harmony and Art

There is a profound relationship between space and society: the quality of the environment in which we work, live and relax also has a decisive influence on the kind of relationships and therefore on the quality of life of every person. Looked at from the angle of fraternity, human relationships and the inhabitants’ need of beauty can point to solutions and ideas that will have the whole person at the center and therefore ”furnish a house” that is good for all.

Education and Culture

The human and cultural formation both of the individual and of society is a fundamental richness for society. If fraternity is a way of thinking and acting seen from the pedagogical aspect, it can propel a united model of research that will bring out the direct relationship between theory and practice, between words and concrete life. This is because the idea of the common good also depends on the idea of the person who is being referred to.

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