- Oct 30, 2020
Metanoia Manor serves as a home for girls rescued from human trafficking in Louisiana.
On Good Friday, Pope Francis reminded the poor, immigrants and victims of human trafficking that the mystery of Christ’s death and resurrection was for them.
Sister Eugenia Bonetti says that her reflections for the Way of the Cross will show the way in which Jesus is still suffering today.
Pope Francis decried human trafficking as a crime against humanity on Thursday.
Italian Consolata Sister Eugenia Bonetti, 80, a longtime leader of the crusade against human trafficking and modern-day slavery, is preparing the pope’s Lenten meditations this year.