From the Vatican:
The Roman Work of Pilgrimages has announced plans to undertake events on the “paths of suffering and sorrow,” including “the route of the slaves of Sudan.”
Perhaps while there they can check out modern slavery in Sudan as well.
There is some shocking anti-dhimmitude to the plan.
“The Diocese of El Obeid touches part of Darfur and we will pass through these places that are literally forgotten, carrying the cross as Christ, who takes a message of peace and solidarity. If we can collect some aid, we will take it,” Father Atuire explained.
The director general added that the pilgrimage will also serve to organize meetings in the local communities.
“When these places are forgotten, they become strongholds of radicalism,” he said. “In fact, it is known that the spiritual teacher of Osama bin Laden’s movement is in Sudan.”