Sacré-Cœur with Ukraine – Updates from Poland

From the JPIC Learning Hub:

On March 25, as the church invites us to pray the Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, we share some news from our sisters in Poland who welcome Ukrainian refugees… Let’s continue to pray for peace and act for justice.

Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, more than 2 million refugees from Ukraine have crossed the Polish-Ukrainian border. As Poles, we are moved to the depths by the suffering of the Ukrainian people. In our communities, we pray every day for peace in Ukraine.

In Poland, many individuals, NGOs, churches, and local governments have become involved in helping the refugees. We are involved in this widespread, spontaneous movement to help the refugees from Ukraine. We are trying to help Ukrainian refugees coming to Poland in various ways. In some of our houses we welcome  Ukrainian refugees, usually for a short stay. For example, the Spirituality Center in Warsaw has established cooperation with a large refugee center near Warsaw where several thousand refugees are staying.

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Section |International News|Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation

Province |Poland

JPIC |JPIC News and Updates

Tags |Ucraina|Ukraine