NWO Homeless Propaganda: Jubilee for the Homeless (November 11-13)
NWO Homelessness Propaganda coming from the Vatican. I literally just covered this propaganda warning you to pay attention to similar articles and we have two more....
Three days entirely dedicated to the socially excluded. And 'the Jubilee of the homeless to be held with Pope Francis from 11 to 13 November. Brother is an association that organizes and animates events with and for people in situations of exclusion in partnership with associations that accompany them and in these intense days will bring about 6,000 people from 22 different nationalities to meet Francis.
In 2014, it was already organized in Rome a first stay for 200 people. This year, Brother organizes the European festival of joy and mercy, which will allow 6,000 people "fragile" and their carers to live an extraordinary moment in Rome and meet multi Pope Francis said.
This association welcomes people of all denominations, eager to discover and to experience the joy and mercy.
The one with the homeless will be 'the last appointment of the Jubilee of Mercy before the closing celebration of the Holy Door of St. Peter's on 20 November. Friday 11 Pope Francis will meet with the homeless in the Paul VI Hall, Saturday 12 will be the time of pilgrimages to the Holy Doors and Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Basilica Finale always with the Pope.
"Through this exceptional time we want to create a community, so that people who suffer from exclusion also get a sense of belonging," explain the organizers of Brother.
The close link between the Pope and the poor has always been very strong. Already John Paul II in 2000 had lunch with 200 poor people in Paul VI Hall, invited among those who frequented the canteen of the Sant'Egidio Community, the diocesan Caritas and the "Dono di Maria". And equally Benedict XVI had lunch with the homeless in the Sant'Egidio canteen in via Dandolo always with 200 guests.
Francis in Washington, during his meeting with the homeless, September 2015
Cardinal Nichols: the rise in ‘hidden homelessness’ in the UK
Cardinal Nichols described the hidden homeless as "under the radar," saying these are people who may have a job but are sleeping on sofas or spare rooms or in Bed and Breakfast accommodation. Young people in this position may stay with a different friend each night or go to all-night parties to avoid sleeping on the street.
Homelessness charities called the figures "scandalous" and "shocking" and have written to the Prime Minster to urge a new strategy to tackle the issue.
The Cardinal stressed that prevention must be the key priority:
"Family relationship breakdown is a leading contributor to homelessness among single men, and a leading cause of family breakdown is financial difficulty. Then there is the scourge of drug and alcohol addiction. And of course, those without suitable accommodation upon release from prison are the most likely to find themselves on the streets, back in its vicious cycle."
He also commended the contribution of Catholic charities and parishes:
"All over England and Wales, parishes and Charities offer a range of support to people who are homeless: from extensive skills training, counselling, hostels and move-on accommodation, to simply offering a hot meal and clothing to those with nowhere else to turn. Indeed, in Westminster Diocese we calculate that in our parishes over 4 million hours of volunteers’ time are given every year."
Cardinal Nichols also stated that the Church stood ready to engage in greater partnership with government, central and local, in order to truly serve the common good - the good that omits nobody.
Finally, the Cardinal spoke about the link between imprisonment and homelessness referencing an "urgent crisis" in prisons in England and Wales with escalating levels of violence, suicide, self-harm and assaults on staff.
Reaffirming his call for prison reform, Cardinal Nichols concluded by launching a new Bishops' Conference document on the subject:
"I am delighted to launch our latest document on prison reform. It is called 'The Right Road'. Drawing on expertise from Catholic charities, chaplains and experts working in this field, it makes recommendations for reform, giving the Church a clear voice in this important work.”