Pastoral Orientations On Human Trafficking

Pope Francis attaches enormous importance to the plight of the millions
of men, women and children who are trafficked and enslaved. They are
among the most dehumanized and discarded of people in the modern
world and all over the world. Human trafficking, he says, is an “atrocious
scourge,” an “aberrant plague” and an “open wound on the body of
contemporary society.”

“Isn’t this surely the fast worth choosing: releasing those unjustly bound, undoing their heavy burdens? letting the oppressed go free, breaking every yoke?” (Isaiah 58)

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