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The ecclesial division, inequality, and social inequity generated by the hegemonic neoliberal system continue to create marginalized and discarded victims; among these victims and discarded are forced to migrate
As the minutes, hours, and days go by in the migrants, love-made hope is emerging from within them. Those feelings that disrupt the human being and that, at the same time, are part of the human being as a whole and go together with the other noble feelings of struggle, resistance, solidarity, compassion, and hope.
This Christmas, we unite ourselves to the wishes of each migrant who carries in a backpack a burden of hope and a hunger for justice
On 20 December, the United Nations commemorates the International Day of Human Solidarity, which seeks to reaffirm the commitment of nations to build a world of greater solidarity and peace, respecting diversity and promoting initiatives aimed at reducing poverty. However, how can we talk about solidarity when every day we see the success of individualism and injustice towards migrants in the media and in the homes, shelters, refuges and canteens for migrants?
“My father was a wandering Aramaic, who went down to Egypt and went to take refuge there with a few people” Dt 26.6
Christian believers have a biblical heritage, marked by migration or displacement of families and peoples. From chapter 12 of the book of Genesis a whole story of migration begins
“Para Migrantes” brings resources and advice to people on the journey, in the hopes that we can help reduce some of the risks involved in migration and mitigate some of the potential for harm on the way.
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