culture & justice"
Hospitality yes, hospitality always
There are things that are not within our reach, especially now, but it is within our reach to listen and to be attentive to the reality that confronts us. This reality requires us to place ourselves among the people, to draw close to those who suffer, and to do so with urgency. It requires us to help those who have been forced to leave their homes without knowing if they will ever be able to return. But not only this: we have to go further, as the Good Samaritan did who, after caring for the wounded man he found by the roadside, continued to look after him (Lk 10, 25-37). We also must find a way to offer hospitality ... permanently.