Indifference harms

“Personal dignity and interpersonal relationships are what constitute us as human beings whom God willed to create in his own image and likeness. As creatures endowed with inalienable dignity, we are related to all our brothers and sisters, for whom we are responsible and with whom we act in solidarity. Lacking this relationship, we would be less human. We see, then, how indifference represents a menace to the human family.” — Pope Francis

Reflection:

Where do you see indifference harming the human family today? What can you do to recognize the dignity of each person you encounter today and treat him or her as a beloved member of your family?

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Indifference harms

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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