Marian Helper Spring 2023

The Marian Fathers assigned to Holy Family Parish in Kharkiv, one of the hardest-hit cities in Ukraine, have sent a message to all you generous Marian Helpers whose prayers and support have been so indispensable since the war began. They write: At Holy Family Parish in Kharkiv, run by the Congregation of Marian Fathers, we have good facilities where we and volunteers can sort and donate needed items to people who have suffered as a result of Russian aggression. We want to thank our benefactors from different parts of the world, especially our benefactors from the U.S.A. for their generosity and constant prayers. Your support, both material and spiritual, is extremely important to us and the war-stricken people of Ukraine. Our sincere thanks to Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, director of the Marian Helpers Center in the U.S.A., and all members of the Association of Marian Helpers in the U.S.A. for their tireless financial assistance and shipping of essential medical supplies. Thanks to the director of the Marian Helpers Association in Poland and all donors from Poland for organizing the purchase of food, medical supplies, toiletries, and warm clothing, and delivering this aid to Kharkiv. We continue to abide, minister to those in need, and we send greetings. We still need help! May God bless and protect you all! The Marian Fathers fromKharkiv Donations are still desperately needed to purchase humanitarian aid and medical supplies for Ukraine. Please visit Marian.org/Ukraine or call 1-800-462-7426 to make a donation. One hundred percent of funds received are used to support efforts in Ukraine. Thank you fromUkraine Father Byelichev Mykola, MIC, serves at Holy Family Parish in Kharkiv, Ukraine, staffed by the Marian Fathers in one of the cities devastated by Russian forces in the ongoing war. Divine Mercy Sunday and the Eucharist On Divine Mercy Sunday, April 16, EWTN will broadcast live from the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy, beginning with the pre-show at 12 noon EST. Produced by the Marians and hosted by the Very Revs. Joseph Roesch, MIC, and Chris Alar, MIC, the pre-show will focus on the Eucharist and feature an array of special guests. Please join us!

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