Jesuits welcome Ukrainian refugees

Both in Ukraine and in Poland, Jesuit communities and partners of the Society of Jesus are actively involved in welcoming those fleeing the war in Ukraine. The Polish Jesuits are collecting names of families or organizations that are willing to host refugees.

We have received some news "from the field".

- In Ukraine, in Khmelnitsky, the retreat house has become a refuge for displaced families.

- Again in Ukraine, in Lviv, the community is hosting civilians seeking to flee the war zones.

- At the Ukrainian-Polish border, in a park, people try to cheer up, feed and comfort refugees.

- In Warsaw, the Jesuit community has welcomed in particular groups of deaf people.

See the photos that have been shared with us. Thanks to our Jesuit companions from the Southern Polish Province, especially the Socius Wojciech Żmudziński, Krzysztof Dudek and Andrii Syvak.

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