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A Car for Religious Sisters in Lviv, Ukraine

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Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, the Sisters of the religious community the Catechists of Saint Anne, devoted to working with children and young …

Ukraine: ‘Only God can answer the question of why we are suffering in this way’

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“The psychological, spiritual, physical, and humanitarian consequences, as well as those affecting the family, will probably be felt later. The healing is a process. We have started psychological services in one of our houses, and a priest takes part in this process.”

Provide Emergency Support for 144 Religious Sisters in Ukraine Sheltering and Caring for War Refugees

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Since the war broke out on February 24, 2022, more than 12 million Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes. More than 80% of …

Ukraine: ‘The Church has opened its doors to everyone’

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“I remember a small child who did not have anything to eat for two days while they were on the road. Many of them have eyes that look as though they are made of glass, faces that have been turned into stone. They are having trouble understanding what is happening around them.”

Ukraine: breaking contemplative silence to host refugees

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The nuns estimate that to date more than 500 people have passed through their monastery. “Currently the monastery mostly hosts those who do not plan to go abroad, and some of them don’t have a home to return to either. Now we have 75 people here.

Aid to the Church in Need begins second phase of Ukraine aid

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“The world has responded with generosity to the plight of the Ukrainian people. Many donations are reaching the bordering countries, but there is now a need for vehicles to transport the goods to those who need them in the country, often in locations that have been heavily damaged, or are still under threat.”

Sisters of Saint Joseph in Ukraine: ‘Our convents have become refugee centers’

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Whether big or small, each of the order’s houses or convents has been turned into a point of refuge for the neediest:

Ukraine: seminarians and their bishop come to the aid of refugees

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So far, thousands of people have found refuge and some respite there on their way to other countries in western Europe.

Bishop of Odessa, Ukraine: ‘In this war both peoples are victims’

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The war is “not a conflict between our two peoples.” People living in Russia have no access to complete information, “therefore, many of them support the Russian government.”

Young siblings in Ukraine: ‘Our parents stayed in Donbass to help; we are safe now’

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The classrooms in this school have been converted to dormitories which can take up to 100 people. They have been living here for several days and one of the things they are most grateful for is not having to be afraid of falling asleep.

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