Day: February 4, 2019

Church asylum: commitment to a humanitarian state of affairs

Church asylum: commitment to a humanitarian state of affairs It is an ancient pre-Christian and early Christian tradition to grant asylum to refugees in holy places. In Europe, this tradition was revived by the Charter of Groningen, passed in 1987 by religious communities and grass-roots church initiatives. It says: “When we have good reason to …

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