For this year’s World Mission Day, Pope Francis has chosen a theme inspired by the account of the disciples of Emmaus in Luke’s Gospel (cf. 24:13-35): “Burning Hearts, Feet on
Accompanying and being accompanied are two vital attitudes that are not improvised, but learned. However, every authentic learning requires a journey. And it is exactly the heart of Ignazio Punzi’s proposal: a journey (which will start on January 24) in the light of the “Pedagogy of Emmaus” to discover the fundamental movements of the art of accompaniment. The proposal aims to offer a posture and a method useful to those who want to accompany anyone in a state of loss and inner death. “Your service, today more than ever,” – said Pope Francis a year ago – “can be summed up in two words: discern and accompany.” In other words: it is necessary to become companions and companions on the journey in order to learn together to widen our gaze in order to be able to grasp those vital ferments that, even if hidden, still pulsate within pain, loss and inner death. To learn more visit the web.
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