“Something more can and must be done” for the millions of people who are “still suffering and dying of starvation”, something which is “truly scandalous” in this day and age. Moreover, the current global crisis cannot “continue to be used as an alibi” for people, states and institutions to shirk their responsibility in helping the poor and hungry of the world. This was the focus of Pope Francis address Thursday morning to the 400 participants at the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization Conference. Pope Francis noted that the “crisis will not be completely over until situations and living conditions are examined in terms of the human person and human dignity” which are “not simply catchwor …
Pope Francis to FAO: Do more for the poor
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