Sunday Collection: Pope’s call to support victims of war in Ukraine
Pope Francis has appealed to Catholics in Europe to undertake a collection in their churches for humanitarian aid for Ukraine.
The purpose of this collection is to show support and compassion to victims of this all but forgotten hybrid war that continues unabated in the east of the country.
Some 1.7 million people have been internally displaced. A million refugees have fled to neighbouring countries. Half a million do not have basic food and hundreds of thousands do not have access to safe drinking water.
Listen and Read
In this Catholic News podcast, Bishop Hlib Lonchyna, Eparchial Bishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of the Holy Family of London, joins us in the studio to explain the Holy Father’s appeal and to remind us of the painful human suffering that continues two years after the conflict started.
Cor Unum issues press release on the Pope’s call for a collection for the victims of the war in Ukraine.