Narrative: Danilo Giannese, ?Centro Arrupe? staff member, Jesuit Refugee Service Italy

I am a journalist by profession, but instead of spending my time writing and editing for a newspaper or a television channel, my days are spent preparing packets of fruit and vegetables, delivering medicines, and helping children do their homework. In other words, responding to the daily needs of fifteen political refugee and asylum seeker families living in the “Pedro Arrupe” Centre, a hostel run by the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Rome.