Iryna and Sofia shared their story with the Pope alongside the Chiriaco family on the stage of the World Meeting of Families, which is taking place in Rome June 22-26.
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In a speech on May 23, the Pope commended the volunteers for helping the vulnerable.
‘They are full of kindness and hope,’ Archbishop Zbigņev Stankevičs said of the creations.
‘What about us, do we want to love Jesus?’ the Pope asked May 1, praying, ‘May Our Lady, who readily said ‘Yes’ to the Lord, help us to rediscover the enthusiasm to do good.’ He also prayed for Ukraine, imploring that peace prevail.
The Holy Father expressed gratitude in a meeting at the Vatican on Thursday.
‘In the eyes of our brothers and sisters, victims of the horrors of war, we read the profound and pressing need for a life marked by dignity, peace and love,’ the Holy Father said on Easter Saturday.
Hands-on aid and praying the Rosary guide Nick Koeppel’s efforts and those who volunteer with him in Krakow.
14th-century Carthusian monastery in the foothills of the Alps offers shelter and spiritual solace.
Archbishop of Krakow: To Be a Credible Opponent of Russian Imperialism, Europe Must Remember Who It Is
Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski discusses the root causes of the current war, the painful past of Poland and Ukraine, and the European Union’s recent sanctions against Poland that he considers counterproductive.