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In Rome, Pope Francis sent aid to a group of Latin American transsexuals who were left without clients due to the pandemic.
In an increasingly diverse world , there is something that all beings who inhabit this planet need: to eat. No more, no less. For those who are believers, God exists for all alike . This is what Pope Francis , who recently sent aid to a group of Latin American transsexuals from Rome who were left without clients due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The crisis affects everyone. Given the current situation in Italy, a group of transsexuals had no choice but to go to a church for help. There they were received by Andrea Conocchia, the pastor of the Roman coastal town of Torvaianica. He began to help them, both economically and spiritually .
The group is made up of people from Peru, Colombia and Argentina . The parish priest encouraged them to write to the pope , who is Latin American just like them. And so they did: they told him who they were, how their lives had been and what they were currently happening.
To their surprise, some time later to send the letters, they received a visit: Polish Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, the papal loam man, reached him food and money. Krajewski is known as “ the pope's Robin Hood ”, because last year he broke the law by helping to restore electric light in a building occupied by various families. In addition, he usually goes out at night with a van to deliver helps the homeless in Rome.
“It is true that we have helped you: Come to me, all of you, who are weary and oppressed, and I will refresh you, says Jesus. It's the Gospel. These people are human beings who were hungry. And we are all children of God,” Krajevsky explained.
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Publication Date: 08/05/2020
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