02/27/2021, 14.01
Send to a friend

'Towards an ever wider we ': the theme of the World Migrant's Day

Vatican City (AsiaNews) - The 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees will be celebrated on Sunday, 26 September 2021. Pope Francis has chosen Towards an ever wider “we” as the theme for his message this year.

It will be divided into six sub-themes, and will stress the importance of being attentive to the entire human family through an inclusive Church that reaches out and is capable of creating communion in diversity. A particular focus will be care of our common home, which translates into care of our common family, care of the "we" that can, and must, become ever more open and welcoming.

To encourage adequate preparation for the celebration of this day, the Migrants and Refugees Section of the Dicastery for Integral Human Development will again conduct a communications campaign of monthly multimedia aids, information material and reflections by theologians and experts that expand upon the theme and sub-themes chosen by the Holy Father.

Send to a friend
Printable version
See also
For Fr Tom, abducted in Yemen, Holy Thursday prayer and adoration for the martyrs
21/03/2016 14:57
"We are optimistic," says Paul Bhatti as Rimsha Masih's bail hearing postponed to Friday
Catholic music to promote dialogue in Ambon, the city of sectarian violence
17/10/2018 13:29
Pope talks about the Middle East, the Holy Land and the food crisis with Bush
Synod for the Amazon: Card Stella hails the ‘great beauty’ of celibacy in a priest’s life
24/10/2019 17:56


Subscribe to Asia News updates or change your preferences

Subscribe now
“L’Asia: ecco il nostro comune compito per il terzo millennio!” - Giovanni Paolo II, da “Alzatevi, andiamo”