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Day of Prayer for Migrants and Refugees

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has designated this year’s Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe as a National Day of Prayer for Migrants and Refugees.

Pray for those who are living in fear and uncertainty, away from their home countries due to violence, famine, oppression, and economic desperation.

Archbishop Hebda’s recent letter states, “We can all make a difference by simply reaching out to those who have come here from another country. Every person has a unique story to tell and the simple acts of welcoming and listening can bring people together.”