Pope Francis described the planet as a "common home", a house that humanity has to look after. In the same way, the Josefa House is like a ferryman who encourages our societies to leave a land of fear and cross over to a land of trust and "faith" (the "anthropological faith"), that is, to decide that welcoming the other is filled with the promise of a greater good, and that this promise will be fulfilled despite the dangers and suffering endured along the way, in line with the goals for our Common Home

Doubtless there is nothing new under the sun: what has been will be again… 

Asking this question brings us back to the question of the relationship between migration and humanity, between humanity and spirituality...

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