To bear witness to the merciful love of Christ for the poor and the sick, serving the medical and pastoral needs of people afflicted by natural or man-made disasters.
The Camillian Task Force (CTF) is a body of the Order of the Ministers of the Sick – Camillians. The CTF was founded in 2001 and has its central headquarters in Rome.
The aim of the CTF is to offer overall help to the victims of natural or man-made disasters, providing competent humanitarian, spiritual and pastoral help. Especial emphasis is placed on human and emotional accompanying, offering the victims of these disasters the possibility of empathetic listening.
The CTF is made up of men and women, Camillians and otherwise, priests and lay people,who animated by the wish to live their faith and the Camillian charism through witness to the merciful love of Christ for those who suffer. The CTF includes everyone in its range of action and does not engage in exclusions on the basis of religion, culture or social class.
The CTF works with non-confessional organisations and institutions of the Church and carries out its mission through the expertise and the spirit of service that animates its members.
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CrossOver is the three-monthly bulletin of the central Camillian Task Foce is online so people can follow all of its activity at regular periods. Rich in news and photography, in Italian and English, the fourth edition, July-September 2012, opens with news about a CTF workshop in Latin America on the subject ‘Shared Surveys and Social Mobilisation’.
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