The coronavirus pandemic should help us look out for the vulnerable, the displaced, and our seriously ill planet, the Pope has said.
He revealed this as part of a message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, which the Catholic Church celebrates on Sept, 27.
According to him, silence has reigned for weeks all across the globe as everything has been dramatic and troubling but it gives everyone the opportunity to reflect in these trying times.
He added that the world must learn to share amid the outbreak in order to grow together, without leaving anyone behind.
His words, “In 2020, silence has reigned for weeks in our streets,
“A dramatic and troubling silence, but one that has given us the opportunity to listen to the plea of the vulnerable, the displaced and our seriously ill planet,”
“We have to learn to share in order to grow together, leaving no one behind. “The pandemic has reminded us how we are all in the same boat.”
“To preserve our common home and make it conform more and more to God’s original plan, we must commit ourselves to ensuring international cooperation, global solidarity and local commitment, leaving no one excluded.”