Albanian In Italy
Posted by franksupa on May 23, 2008
In Italy the Albanians have entered very well and there are no particular problems.” This was said today in Rome Msgr. Rrok Mirdita, president of the Episcopal Conference of Albania during a meeting of bishops Albanians with the Fondazione Migrantes. The inclusion of Albanians in the Italian Church – said Don Pasquale Ferraro, coordinator of pastoral care of migrants Albanians – was “particularly cured with a pastoral sensitivity that has been increasingly affinandosi.” P. Gianromano Gnesotto, director of the Bureau for the pastoral care of migrants of Migrantes, recalled that the Albanians, with about 380 thousand people, are in third place for presence, with “a success regarding the paths of integration.” “We are working here and in Albania, for a common cause, is fighting a peaceful battle on two fronts closely linked together here and across the Adriatic,” said Bishop then. Piergiorgio Saviola, director general of the Foundation Migrantes. For Msgr. Saviola to the “Summit of our attention and our pastoral work is the desire that their migration experience becomes an experience of the Church, thanks to the many services on charitable and welfare plan, to facilitate their integration in Italy.”
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