In recent weeks, Josh Lourensz, a member of the board of BASP – Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project, visited Port Moresby for a few days as part of a delegation of leaders from across the Catholic community. He shared his thoughts in this article from Eureka Street.
Josh’s reflection are well worth reading as we consider the many blessings we’ve received during this year and hear again the Gospel call to be people of welcome and hospitality. “I was a stranger and you welcomes me.”
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Photo from ‘Eureka Street’