mercoledì 9 agosto 2017

Malaysian Christian News
Bishop Michael Yeung, the new head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, has cited a need to tackle "poverty" of relationships with isolated members of society. He was speaking during Mass Aug. 5 to commence his episcopal ministry as head of Hong Kong Diocese. Bishop Yeung, a long-time chairman of Caritas Hong Kong, noted that poverty of relationships was often, but not always, linked to other forms of poverty. His homily, delivered in both Chinese and English, called for "compassionate accompaniment" for the poor, the sick, the lonely, the elderly, the disenfranchised and the marginalized. (...)