Last Palm Sunday, I took this picture at St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco. It’s a great message for Good Friday. I thought it was relevant to the issue about immigration and refugees that is part of the heated rhetoric coming from the presidential candidates and their supporters.
Perhaps the people who call themselves Christians who are in favor of closing our borders, deporting millions of undocumented immigrants, rejecting Syrian refugees, and returning the Central American children fleeing the violence in their home countries can understand this message.
This plaque is on the right wall (as you enter the main entrance) next to the sculpture of the Holy Family fleeing to Egypt.
(Ed Diokno writes a blog :Views From The Edge: news and analysis from an Asian American perspective.)
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