Mexico: bishop welcomes state medical care for migrants
Catholic World News - August 07, 2014
A bishop in southern Mexico has welcomed the decision of the State of Tabasco to grant medical care to migrants from Central America for a three-month period.
“It is necessary to share our resources with them, even if they are foreigners,” said Bishop Gerardo de Jesus Rojas López, according to a Fides report. “We have to follow what our Lord teaches: even if they are not from here, we must help everyone and all those in need.”
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