martedì 8 novembre 2016

Rome Reports
These are religious around the world who fight against modern slavery. The president of this organization, RENATE, thanked Pope Francis for the opportunity to have this meeting. "Holy Father. We, RENATE, Religious in Europe Networking against Trafficking and Exploitation, we want to thank you for giving us your time and your presence in the midst of your very busy schedule.” They not only greeted the pope with affection, but they also thanked him for his commitment to combat human trafficking and exploitation. (...)
(es) Francisco: La esclavitud moderna es un crimen contra la Humanidad