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Theology and Human Mobility in the 21st Century. “Migrants and Pilgrims as our Ancestors” (1 Chr 29:15)

2021-07-29T10:02:44+00:00

The biblical quote that lends the title to this significant conference features human mobility as a constant of human life since its origins: migration is the past, the present and the future of humanity. Even if this passage does not speak specifically about the future, Holy Scriptures  reminds us that we are journeying toward a new heaven and a new earth (Rev 21:1) and that the finish line of the human voyage is the future that God has prepared. The message should be clear: the movements of persons and peoples are not an occasional and fleeting aspect of human life, but [...]

Theology and Human Mobility in the 21st Century. “Migrants and Pilgrims as our Ancestors” (1 Chr 29:15)2021-07-29T10:02:44+00:00

Interview with Fr. Rico Almedilla Talisic 

2021-07-20T15:00:47+00:00

During the lockdown due to the pandemic, seafarers have played a vital role in the global supply chain and global trade flow. One of the distinctive traits of the apostolate of Stella Maris has always been visiting ships with closeness to the seafarers and fishers. How is the assistance changing at the moment? What is the situation specifically in Cape Town? The Stella Maris ministry of visiting seafarers and fishers onboard ships has changed dramatically. Before the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Chaplain and ship visitors were normally most welcome onboard. We have felt the hospitality of seafarers and their joy in welcoming us inside the [...]

Interview with Fr. Rico Almedilla Talisic 2021-07-20T15:00:47+00:00

”Migrants and Pilgrims as our Ancestors” – Meet our Speakers: Rosita Milesi

2021-07-20T14:46:05+00:00

    Sr. Rosita Milesi has Brazilian and Italian citizenship. She is a member of the Congregation of the Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo - Scalabrinians, which she joined in 1964. She is a lawyer, enrolled in the Brazilian Bar Association under n. 11.334, having graduated in Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. She was responsible for the implementation of the Scalabrinian Center for Migration Studies, created by the Congregation of the Scalabrinian Sisters in 1988. She founded, in 1999, the Migrations and Human Rights Institute (IMDH), institution of which she is the current President. [...]

“Migrants and Pilgrims as our Ancestors” – Meet our Speakers: Rosita Milesi2021-07-20T14:46:05+00:00
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