Migrants and refugees

The Church proclaims her faith in Jesus Christ, the loving face of God, the Father of every human being of every origin, language and culture, and renews its commitment to the recognition and respect of the human and fraternal dignity and fraternal dignity of migrants, refugees and itinerant people. It is a question, in fact, of walking together towards a qualitatively diverse and therefore better world in quality of life (universal destination of goods and redistribution of wealth) better... in quality of relationships (fraternal service instead of indifference), better... in the quality of communion, welcome, knowledge and recognition, dialogue of life, human and spiritual, participation and construction of a world of all and for all.
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