The Jesuits of the Province
of Spain are walking with the excluded at a crossing point in Nador, northern
Morocco. Working with the Diocesan Delegation for Migration, a team of Jesuits
have been manning the crossing point which has been a hotspot for African
refugees seeking to enter Europe. Already a scene of hardship and tragedy
before the pandemic, COVID-19 has made work with the refugees in this area -
who hail from different cultures, religions and language groups - even more
difficult and urgent.
Facing these difficulties,
the Delegation and the Society launched a campaign to provide financial support
for the ministry. Donations to the campaign are used to help people in immediate
need, mostly mothers and fathers with children who are in imminent danger.