Ukraine: Courage and faith in wartime

MANY ELDERLY WOMEN ARE TOO OLD, OR TOO ILL TO BE EVACUATED. They live in a home for the elderly run by nuns. Many of the volunteers and staff have left, but the nuns remained behind. They are very grateful to the nuns and want to contribute during this time of conflict by praying for peace.

In the care of the sisters

Video: Seminarian Tadey Volodymyr Kherovych sends a message to the West.

Video: Bishop Pavlo Honcharuk of Kharkiv reports from the main railway station in Kharkiv.

Video: Bishop Stanislav Szyrokoradiuk  of Odessa thanks ACN donors.

The Archdiocese of Ivano-Frankivsk, in western Ukraine, began to host displaced women and children at the beginning of the war. Most come from large cities such as Kiev, Kharkiv, Zaporiyia, Dniepr and Odessa.