Pasquale Foresi

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Pasquale Foresi (Livorno, July 5, 1929 - Rocca di Papa, June 14, 2015) was an Italian priest and theologian. He was connected to the Focolare Movement co-founded by him and Chiara Lubich. The Focolare Movement is an international organization that promotes the ideals of unity and universal brotherhood with other religious movements, alongside with Igino Giordani.

Biography

A communiqué from the Focolare Movement says this:

“He met Chiara Lubich in Trent, Italy in December 1944. From then onwards he would be by her side and share the responsibility for the Focolare Movement. ”[1]

Pasquale Foresi studied teology in Rome at the Seminary in Pistoia and at the Capranica College. He interrupted his studies for a while because of doubts and a crisis of faith. In his own words, it was several years later that, having observed on the members of Focolare Movement. He finished his studies and was ordained as a catholic priest on April 4, 1954. Father Foresi played an important role shaping the spiritual, theological and cultural expression of the Focolare Movement.[2][3]

See also

References

  1. "laici/en/media/notizie/pasqualeforesi". www.laici.va. http://www.laici.va/content/laici/en/media/notizie/pasqualeforesi.html. Retrieved 2015. 
  2. "laici/en/media/notizie/pasqualeforesi". www.laici.va. http://www.laici.va/content/laici/en/media/notizie/pasqualeforesi.html. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. “an absolute faith in the Catholic Church and at the same time a radical evangelical life, that I understood what my true place was and quickly the idea of priesthood reappeared”.