Mexico City, Mexico, Apr 29, 2022 / 14:58 pm
The Mexican Bishops’ Conference expressed its concern Thursday over the ever-present threats to the lives of women and the weakest in the country.
In a statement released April 28, during the conference’s 112th Plenary Assembly, the Mexican bishops pointed to the threats “to human dignity and the values of family, life, freedom of expression, democracy, education and hospitality in solidarity, and in the midst of prevailing violence, injustice and impunity.”
This situation, they noted, affects "especially the poor, migrants, women and the weakest."
However, they stressed that hope in the Risen Christ impels Catholics to continue "fighting for peace, justice, tolerance, solidarity and dialogue."