On Tuesday, December 12, Catholics across the country are encouraged to mark the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe by praying in solidarity with migrants and refugees everywhere.
These reflections for Advent on each of the Joyful Mysteries include a story of refugees today in the Middle East, where the Holy Family was from.
Please support the Church's response to the escalating crisis of refugees fleeing to Bangladesh from Myanmar we pray, learn, act and give to those in need.
Syria is at the center of the world's most devastating humanitarian emergency. Once a vibrant hub of Middle Eastern culture and history, Syria has been besieged by internal conflict that has uprooted millions of innocent families. Of those, 4.1 million Syrians have fled across the border into Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt. More than 75% of Syrian refugees are women and children.
After six years of conflict, Syrian refugees need your help now more than ever.
Donate to Syrian refugees. Catholic Relief Services and our Caritas partners in the region are reaching out to Syrian refugees and providing hope and assistance with education, counseling and care for children, housing, and livelihood support.
Take ten and pray this digital Advent retreat about how the Holy Family was a refugee family.
As we gaze on a world of refugees, stateless and endangered, in search of asylum, it is hard for the Catholic mind not to turn back to St. Maximilian Kolbe.
This small team competes on behalf of the world’s 65 million refugees.
God rarely takes credit for the blessings he provides through the hands of his servants.