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Accross polarization

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As politics in America become ever more adversarial this election cycle, we can look to inspiring examples of reconciliation abroad.

We too can provide solutions to the problems in our country today and fill the needs of our brothers and sisters, just as Schuman and his political friends did during the 1940s and 1950s, when war was still the first thing on everyone’s mind.

Click on pdf  Across polarization to read the article by Living City Magazine.

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From the October 2010 issue of Living City a story that comes from Australia: in 2009 a number of fires sowed death and despair around the city of Victoria.

Here how the community reacted to the tragedy, searching in the humblest persons and in whom had lost everything, what is needed to start over again.

Click here to download the original English version of the article.

 

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We propose another article taken from the October 2010 issue of “Living City”; it is a story that comes from Boston (USA); it tells the hospitality offered to all the persons who, coming from a far away country, look in a new city for a relationship that makes them feel welcome. In this case fraternity  makes people feel at home.

 

 

Click here to download the original English version of the article.

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Caring for orphans

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In the last issue of Living City Martina Hart tells us about the collaboration between Parish and local companies in Charleston, a town in West Virginia (USA), in order to support and improve the life of kids living in an orphanage in Afghanistan.

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Taken from the October 2010 issue of Living City, we present a new reading of the arrival of the Ideal of Fraternity in New England (USA).

Here are fifty years, that have seen the development of a community, who makes diversity a chance of growth for the whole city.

 

Click here to download the original English version of the article.

 

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An Afterschool program in a difficult neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio

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Austin Taliaferro tells us the second story taken from the November 2010 issue of Living City: his service hours at an afterschool program in a difficult neighborhood of Columbus, his relationship with troubled kids: a unique chance to better understand his city.

 

Click here to read the original article.

Soccer Clinic


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A parent's generosity progresses from playing with children, to starting a soccer clinic, to establishing  an actual  soccer club.

Click here to read to read more.

 

 

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Our next-door neighbors

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Taken from the November 2010 issue of Living City, we propose you the story of Rose Mary C, from the  USA: it is a story of false accusations from next-door neighbors, unfortunately something which is quite common; however at the same time it is a story of peace and reconciliation.

 

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Living City

Here there are some articles about  "living the city" published by Living City, a monthly magazine.

 

New Circus Sisters (Oct. 2009)

 

 

Facing the Financial Crisis, p. 9 ( Feb. 2009)

We have always been people of faith, pp. 18-19 ( Feb. 2009)
Soccer Clinic, pp. 26-27 (Feb. 2009)
Special Cooperation, pp. 26-27 (June 2007)
The Village With a Caring Heart, pp. 24-26 (May 2007)

 

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