“Hanan”: is a Hebrew word used in the Bible (Ex 33,19 – Is 27,11) to express the love that goes out to the econunter with the other, Benevolent Love. It is the name we have chosen to call the Solidarity for Mission Project.
We cannot think to be supportive people without reading the reality and responding from the “golden rule” that Jesus offers us in the text of Mt 7,12: “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you…” This invitation of Jesus, to put oneself in someone’s place, making “the same way easy” must be the basic attitude that allows us to carry out a just, respectful, transparent, dedicated and effective solidarity, lived from Christian love.
The value of justice is linked, from the origins of the Institute to the proclamation of the Gospel, and it asks us to give our lives to the mission like the apostles, “with the weapons of justice and example” (Cf. Const. 3).