New Families Movement
Mouvement des familles nouvelles
Movimento Famiglie Nuove
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1967, by Chiara Lubich, as a branch of F-XF3806 - Focolare Movement. A broad-based movement arising from the married Focolarini, married people living in their own homes but attached to Focolare communities.
Within organized groups and by personal contact: revitalize and refresh the love which is the foundation of each couple so as to renew unity and lead to benefits both for the education of children and for society; pay particular attention to those who suffer or find themselves in difficult situations - orphans, the divorced, the elderly, refugees, migrants, the handicapped, the terminally ill.
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Organized in local groups linked by sharing of experience. Focolare families may move to another country to support a community developing in Focolare spirituality. Central secretariat.
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