Articles for refugees

A letter from Ukraine on situation of the members of the Congregation of the Mission

S letter of Father Jan Trzop, C.M, the former Provincial of the Vice-Province of St. Cyril and Methodius, who has been working in Ukraine for many years, in which he describes the current situation in all the Vincentian communities in Ukraine.

National Migration Week

Creating a world where immigrants, refugees, migrants, and people on the move are treated with dignity, respect, welcome and belonging.

What Did St. Vincent Do For Refugees and Street Homeless?

Continuing the presentation of Fr. Robert Maloney’s research into the amazing facts of St. Vincent’s many initiatives with regard to the homeless of his day.

Green Area for Refugees to Start a new Life in Rome

These refugees have found a land of opportunity right in the backyard of the Congregation of the Mission in Rome. Since March, they've been growing produce and flowers here as part of the Mediterranea Project, a Vincentian initiative seeking to also cultivate...
National Day of Prayer for Migrants and Refugees

National Day of Prayer for Migrants and Refugees

Just as we are about to begin our year of welcoming the stranger, the Catholic bishops of the United States have designated today, December 12, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, as a national day of prayer for migrants and refugees. Below are excerpts from...

People, faces, names, stories

People, faces, names, stories

This weekend, Pope Francis visited the refugee camp in Lesbos (Greece). With him were the leaders of the Orthodox Church, Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople, and Jerome II, Archbishop of Athens. The news has not gone unnoticed in the European media, even if many...

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