- the first one is the hope that the project will continue in the future (and this will depend on receiving more funds as the diocesan resources are very limited;
- the second one, which touched me most, was: “there are many other children in the community who do not have enough to eat”.
“5. Love faces a vast field of work and the Church is eager to make her contribution with her social doctrine, which concerns the whole person and is addressed to all people. So many needy brothers and sisters are waiting for help, so many who are oppressed are waiting for justice, so many who are unemployed are waiting for a job, so many peoples are waiting for respect. How can it be that even today there are still people dying of hunger? Condemned to illiteracy? Lacking the most basic medical care? Without a roof over their head? The scenario of poverty can extend indefinitely…”