|The Astalli Center in Rome|
run by the Jesuits, that helps thousands of undocumented refugees – many with tragic histories.
“being a Christian in a Muslim country is very difficult.” “There are also many women who have fled because their families force them to marry someone they don’t love,” the priest added. The inspiration to help these refugees “comes from the Gospel. We don’t make anything up, we just keep in mind what the Gospel says and teaches,” Fr. Manna noted.And in welcoming these people we make no distinction for race, language or religion. To us they are people who deserve care and help.” The Jesuit Service to Refugees started in 1980 and has spread throughout the world to help people in need. The Astalli Center in Rome receives nearly 400 people day, and a team of volunteers helps the Jesuits care for them.
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