The pope invited “every believer and community, especially prayer groups, to renew every March 25 the Act of Consecration to Our Lady, so that she, who is mother, may preserve us all in unity and peace.”
Pope asks Catholics to renew consecration of world to Mary every March 25
Nation/World news briefs: March 20, 2023
In focus: abortion pill ban, diocesan bankruptcies, extension for Ukrainian refugees
At prayer breakfast, Catholics challenged to assist Ukraine, mothers and children post-Dobbs
U.S. Catholics should urge their lawmakers to continue to help the people of Ukraine fend off Russia’s invasion of their country, Metropolitan Archbishop Borys Gudziak of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia told attendees of the 18th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast March 14.
Photos of the Week: Feb. 27, 2023
In the spotlight: Ukraine war anniversary, Ash Wednesday, remembering a murdered bishop
One year of war: Head of Ukrainian Catholic Church shares hopes, sorrows
A year after Russia started its all-out attack on Ukraine, Archbishop Shevchuk said he felt “joy and gratitude” that Ukraine is still there, that the Ukrainian church has found myriad ways to support the people, and that Catholics around the globe have shown their solidarity, including concretely by sending aid.
Photos of the Week: Jan. 23, 2023
In the spotlight: National March for Life, Ukraine helicopter crash, farm animal blessing
‘If we die, we will die together’: Women religious are pillars of peace in war-torn Ukraine
“We couldn’t leave those poor people alone,” Orionine Sister Renata Jurczak said. “We had to help them.”
Photos of the Week: Jan. 3, 2023
In the spotlight: feast of Mary, Mother of God, Christmas in Ukraine, snowstorm’s impact