mercoledì 24 maggio 2017

theatlantic.com
(Anna Momigliano) How will they square their religious obligations with their political desires as the U.S. president visits the Vatican? Pope Francis is pretty clear about where he stands on immigration. Welcoming refugees and migrant workers is a “moral imperative,” he said last February. You can’t call yourself a Catholic and be anti-refugee at the same time, he said last October. To the pontiff, keeping borders open to those fleeing wars and poverty is a duty stemming from the Christian virtue of “caritas,” compassion toward fellow humans. (...)