6 months on from the invasion of Ukraine on Wednesday 24th August, aid agency Depaul Ukraine is calling for urgent funds as thousands face exhaustion, trauma and fear at the bitter winter which lies just a few short weeks away.
On August 26-28, 2022, Superioress General of the Daughters of Charity Sister Françoise Petit visited most of the...
On February 20, 2002, more than five months ago, the world watched in horror as Russia invaded the territory of Ukraine. Every day since then, we have witnessed countless acts of terror in an invasion that has been almost unanimously rejected by the international community.
I caught up with Father Vitaliy Novak, CM, Chair of Trustees at Depaul Ukraine at 4pm on a Wednesday afternoon, as he loaded the truck ready to depart further south
Around 7.1 million people have been displaced internally, and 4.3 million have fled across international borders, bringing the total number of people displaced by the conflict to a staggering 11.4 million.
As the war in Ukraine continues, so do the tragedies which result from it: displacement, hunger, lack of access to medical needs, and the list goes on and sinfully on.
The Daughters, together with other individuals and institutions, have spared no effort to continue to respond to the current calls of our suffering brothers and sisters.
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has led to an intense movement of millions of refugees fleeing their country to safer destinations. Faced with the need to assist both the refugees in Poland and those wishing to move to Spain, the Council of Bilbao of the Society of...
Standing up for the truth can cost a lot, even one’s life. We Christians have countless examples of this, not only from the time of the early Christians, but today as well.
We, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people who are being oppressed by a war initiated by Russia and condemn the aggression as an injustice.
When the war comes, the first victim is the truth … those words are attributed to the United States senator, Hiram Johnson (words that were spoke in 1917 during the First World War).
Musicians of the Kiev Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Herman Makarenko, performed the national anthems of Ukraine and Europe, as well as several popular Ukrainian musical works, in Kiev Independence Square.