Milan, January 5 - Archbishop of Milan Angelo Scola will have lunch with nine Muslim refugees following Epiphany celebrations in the city's cathedral on Wednesday. The cardinal will dine with the Hamdawis, a stateless Palestinian family who fled Iraq and passed through Syria, Turkey, Italy, Sweden and Denmark to finally be hosted in the parish of Cinisello Balsamo after spending eight months in the Casa Suraya refugee centre in Milan. "At Casa Suraya it's like we have a family. In Cinisello Balsamo we have got to know people who live in the context of the parish, we are getting on well," said the oldest son Khaled. "I serve as a volunteer for Caritas and I lend a hand to the refugees at Central Station," he said.