Chiara Lubich made a profound address reinforcing moral and spiritual foundations in society in answer to the question of whether religions can be partners in peace building. Lubich is the founder of the Focolare Movement, in which persons of different races, faiths, and cultures have the goal of universal brotherhood. She referred to the conflicts in the Middle East that religious differences are often blamed as the root of the problem. She quotes Pope John Paul II and her agreements with his statements that religions should not be the cause of violence and in doing so contradicts it. Lubich strongly believes that we should love everyone without distinction and to befriend the world as if it were one human family. The publication provides hope and feelings of love towards all mankind and in doing so the faithful will be united and have love in our hearts.