Way of the cross with the victims of human trafficking

By celebrating the Stations of the Cross, we symbolically live the passion of Jesus and his painful path to the cross.
We aregoing to walk this way of the cross meeting our brothers and sisters who, like Jesus on his way to the cross, are deprived of freedom, considered as objects and forced to do what they do not want.

Today Jesus lives his passion again in these children, these women and these men who are victims of forced migration and human trafficking.

May this Way of the Cross be for us too, a path of hope and of commitment so that these  sisters and brothers may live the resurrection of a new beginning, and that we may  consider a world without slavery, without human trafficking. Download the Way of the Cross for READING   . Download the Way of the Cross for PRINTING.

Meeting the other as visitation

Presentation on Meeting the other as visitation.

It is a reflection on the interreligious and intercultural encounter based on Mary’s Visitation  to Elizabeth. Look at the slides presentation inspired by Kam Sié Mathias’ in « African Tradition of Hospitality and Interreligious Dialogue: Reflection ». See the presentation. 

8 February 2018 Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Trafficking in persons

MIGRATION WITHOUT TRAFFICKING : say yes to Freedom and no to slavery

The theme for the International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Trafficking in persons 2018 highlights the situation of human trafficking among people on the move: migrants, refugees and internal displaced people.
We are invited to enkindle a light against human trafficking for these brothers and sisters of ours.  Let us enkindle our hearts and lives, so as to be a welcoming light of hope and encounter.  Find the guidelines for the preparation of the prayer vigil.      Read more.

Being prophetic today

Sieger Koder

« The prophet evokes a perception of reality different from the perception of the dominant culture that surrounds us … He criticizes the dominant culture. He gives energy to people and communities and promises them a situation towards which the community can move forward … »  (Walter Brueggemann).

The prophet is a man / woman who:
Has received a special grace from God.
He watches and his eyes and his ears are attentive and he sees in reality what others do not see: the Word of God and signs of God’s actionRead more.