This is it! Next Sunday, September 29, marks the 105th World Day of Migrants and Refugees (WDMR). For the occasion, Pope Francis will preside over a Holy Mass in St. Peter’s Square from 10.30 am and he invites us to celebrate the event with him to support our brothers and sisters who are most in need.
In the video, the Holy Father urges us to always put God at the centre, to build a family in which everyone recognises themselves as sons and daughters of the one Father, committed to living the commandment of reciprocal love amongst them and toward all.
IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT MIGRANTS, IT IS ABOUT BUILDING THE CITY OF GOD AND MAN.
If you can make it, we are expecting you next Sunday at 10.30 am in St. Peter’s Square to celebrate the Holy Mass of Pope Francis. For information and tickets for the celebration, please contact the Migrantes Foundation: email@example.com
If instead you are going to celebrate the WDMR in your community, we would be glad to receive videos, photographs and other material from your celebration. You can send everything to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Migrants and Refugees Section
The Migrants & Refugees Section is a small pastoral office of the Holy See, personally directed by Pope Francis, working to help the Church worldwide to accompany vulnerable people on the move, including those who are forcibly displaced by conflict, natural disaster, persecution or extreme poverty, refugees and victims of human trafficking. More information at: https://migrants-refugees.va/