20 Jul Remain concerned
Seven years ago, when the newly elected Pope Francis visited Lampedusa after the shipwreck and death of almost 300 migrants, he shook us by saying that “the globalization of indifference has taken away our ability to cry”. This trip probably had much to do with the creation of the Migrant and Refugee Section in the Vatican of which the Pope has wanted to be the Secretary until today, entrusting two undersecretaries with effective leadership.
This month of July, he celebrated a commemorative Eucharist that once again shakes us and reminds us that the one who knocks at our door hungry, thirsty, a stranger, naked, sick and imprisoned, asking us to find him and help him, asking to be able to disembark is Christ himself.
Here we leave you COMPLETE HOMILY