On Saturday, June 6th, Boston’s Basilica and the Community of Sant’Egidio joined for an outdoor prayer vigil in memory of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and all those who have lost their lives to racism and police brutality.
“I would say that this is above all a story of keeping personal relations alive, for decades, of watching with attention the international process and the crisis in the country, not forgetting the faith element in this, which is always important according to Sant’Egidio. and also to find a suitable space to play a positive […]
“For all elderly, especially those who live in nursing homes, loneliness and social isolation is a huge problem … One thing we try to do by visiting the nursing homes is break down the social isolation and just connect with people.” In a recently published article, Will Schenck of Oxford, Mississippi shared how important it […]
– Written by Andrea Riccardi – Founder of Sant’Egidio The appointment relaunched by Pope Francis, because “the virus makes us understand that we are in the same boat.” For Thursday, May 14, a day of prayer, fasting and works of mercy was proposed by the High Committee for Human Fraternity, composed of leaders inspired by […]