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Christ is risen, Alleluia, Alleluia! A few weeks ago we celebrated the most important feast of our faith, Easter. Churches around the United States marked Holy Week with liturgies, prayer services, and stations of the cross. Many churches also welcomed new members to our faith at the Easter Vigil.

While we celebrated Holy Week with relative ease, Christians around the world put their lives on the line as they celebrated Easter. Any diocese that is under persecution receives help from the Pontifical Mission Societies. Read more about the reality of persecution from Fr. Anthony Andreassi, the Intermin National Director of the Pontifical Mission Societies.

Let us not forget the persecuted Church. Donate to help show your material support for those facing persecution and let us continue to prayer for freedom of religion around the world!

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Throughout the year, the Pontifical Mission Societies support the proclamation of the Gospel, the building of the Church, and the work and witness of mission priests, religious Sisters and Brothers, and lay pastoral leaders. These missionaries provide food, education, and medical care to the most vulnerable communities in the Pope’s missions. Through their work, they reveal the compassionate heart of Jesus. Help support their efforts ~ and be right there with them, offering hope.

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