Christians Join Peace Day Torchlight Parade Calling for Attention to Immigrants and Refugees
On January 20 in Rho, Italy, when the 2018 World Immigrant and Refugee Day was just over, led by the mayors of various cities in Milan, more than 100 people holding peace symbolizing torches took to the streets and called for the public to pay attention to world peace, embrace and help with love immigrants and refugees that come to Italy, in order to create a peaceful society together. On the theme of “Peace Day Torchlight Parade,” the event was jointly organized by Rho government and eleven associations, including ACLI, Società San Vincenzo de Paoli, and Multiculturale Oasi. The mayor of Rho attended and spoke at the event. More than twenty Christians of The Church of Almighty God (CAG) participated in the parade.