Globalization is the new social environment in which we are all called to live every day.
The world is now home to all of us, as images and sounds from the edge of the world come to life from countries and people that until a few decades ago we had never seen or heard them. So we must prepare to respond appropriately to the new challenges, in which we are called upon to survive and fulfill the purpose of our existence.
This is not a threat but a challenge.
This must not make us doubt our destination, but we must realize that Christ first opened our horizons and pointed out that our goal is not only the family, the close friendly environment, but the target and neighbors are the people who live away from us, even on the edge of the world.
The human and natural environment that our creator has set for us to live in, is immense, geographically and culturally boundless, and has supplied us with all the necessary supplies and all the survival abilities even at the edge of the world. Globalization is not to be feared, but it is a challenge to exploit the gifts of the creator in our everyday life.