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Solidaridad - Solidaridad Compasiva

SOLIDARIDAD (LC 9,12-13A)
SOLIDARIDAD Cuando empezó a atardecer, se acercaron los Doce y le dijeron: "Despide a la gente para que se dirija a los pueblos y caseríos de alrededor a buscar hospedaje y comida, porque aquí estamos en despoblado". Jesús les dijo: "Dénles ustedes de comer"

"Solidaridad" significa que "ejercemos compasión" al escuchar y establecer esfuerzos de abogacía y de apostolado al compartir los dones que Dios nos ha dado, individuales y comunitarios, para ayudar a satisfacer las necesidades y aspiraciones espirituales y temporales de la comunidad hispana. Por consiguiente, hemos sido llamados a estar con ellos y entre ellos, acompañándolos en su camino de fe, sin importar el tiempo que permanezcan con nosotros, un mes, un año, o toda la vida.

Valor central: solidaridad compasiva que nos mueve en el amor incondicional de Jesús del uno por el otro.

SOLIDARITY (LUKE 9:12-13A)
As the day was drawing to a close, the Twelve approached Jesus and said, "Dismiss the crowd so that they can go to the surrounding villages and farms and find lodging and provisions; for we are in a deserted place here." He said to them, "Give them some food yourselves."

"Solidarity" means that "we exercise compassion" as we listen and engage in fostering the necessary communication and cultural skills among our priests, deacons, religious, advocacy and outreach efforts. Sharing the gifts God has given to us, as individuals and as a community, to help provide for the spiritual and temporal needs and aspirations of the Hispanic community. Therefore, we are called to be with and among them, reaching out to them on their faith journey, no matter how long they are with us, a month, a year, or a lifetime.

Core value: a compassionate solidarity that calls us to model Jesus’ unconditional love for one another.


 
Recursos/Resources
 
Justice for Immigrants
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Publicaciones sobre justicia y solidaridad
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Washington State Catholic Conference
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Guía para tomar buenas decisiones hacia el final de la vida
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Catholic Community Services and Archdiocesan Housing Authority of W. Washington (CCS & AHA)
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Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
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La reforma migratoria: Un reto social y moral
(The Catholic Northwest Progress, March 9, 2006, Archdiocese of Seattle)
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Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Proyecto del Noroeste para los Derechos del Immigrante
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Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración
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Protect yourself from Immigration Raids
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Carta del Arzobispo Brunett a las parroquias acerca de Inmigración 5/1/08
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Archbishop Brunett's Letter to Parishes on Immigration 05/01/08
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