May 2020 marks five years since the publication of Laudato Si: On Care for Our Common Home, an encyclical that invites us to care for both the poor and the earth. As we reflect on this, we invite you to pray for creation and for those most impacted by environmental change.
Stranded: The Impact of US Policies on Asylum Seekers shares the testimonies of people who are facing the real and often heart breaking consequences of US asylum policies.
Though most of us are vulnerable to COVID-19 as it continues to spread around the world, migrants and refugees remain particularly vulnerable – living in over crowded conditions where social distancing is not possible, and with lack of access to appropriate healthcare. Use this prayer to help guide your intentions for the protection of our forcibly displaced brothers and sisters at this time.
With churches closed and services canceled, Holy Week looks different this year. As we walk through this week and with Christ, use this prayer to help you in your reflection.
As the world faces a global pandemic, there are a lot of questions about who, what, and where the impacts will be felt around the world. For those we accompany, refugees and displaced people, these questions can be particularly concerning. So, we’re answering some of the questions we’ve heard from you, our supporters and friends.
Reading Dying to Live: Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom help you engage a group at your school, parish, or community engage in a discussion about refugees and forcibly displaced people, and our discussion guide can help.
Use these Stations of the Cross to accompany Jesus on his journey, as we watch and pray over displaced people around the world.
Whether you have a regular daily prayer you’d like to dedicate during the time of Lent, or you’d like to use Lent as an opportunity to focus your energy towards migrants and refugees, we have a guide for prayer for each day of Lent.