Serving Refugees

00:00
America This Week,' December 2, 2015

Dr. Katrine Camilleri and Denise Coghlan, R.S.M., the directors of Jesuit Refugee Services in Malta and Cambodia, respectively, talk about their ministry serving refugees in a world that has seen the most refugees since the time of World War II. 

Brian McDonough
1 year 4 months ago

If you want to read how Biblically mainstream Francis's Immigration advocacy is, then consider watching and listening to the following 4 YouTube videos which have musical accompaniment:

https://www.youtube.com/user/Matthew192124

Francis is as Communist, Marxist, Liberal and Progressive as the Old Testament, the New Testament and at least 9 Popes before him.

If you want to read how mainstream Francis's Social Justice writings are, compared with other Popes, consider reading the 600+ page text, "PAPAL TEACHINGS ON ECONOMIC JUSTICE," which is found at the very, very bottom of this page on the wed site of the Conference of Major Superiors Of Men:

www.cmsm.org/CMSM_Alert/Apr10/

The Conference of Major Superiors Of Men published the text online here:

www.cmsm.org/documents/PapalTeachingsonEconomicJustice.pdf

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