We share some photos of the Sisters of the Emmaus community working on the elaboration of protective masks.
Thank you so much for your contributions of time and energy and goodwill for this project. We are so happy to report that 582 masks have been delivered thus far and 488 masks are still in process. So far the grand total of our contribution will be 1062 masks. Congratulations. This is no small accomplishment!
Our Sisters, friends, and collaborators send us photos of their workspaces for sewing masks.
An invitation from the International Union of Superiors General to a day of solidarity and prayer: “Now is the time for each one of us to respond to the worldwide coronavirus crisis by being in solidarity with others, especially with those who are most vulnerable and most at risk. It is the time to follow the directives provided by the World Health Organization and our respective governments.
What does solidarity mean to you?
During the month of April, Peru experienced one of the most destructive floods in its history. More than 100 people were killed and over 1,000 were wounded. It is estimated that close to 700,000 families lost their homes.
El ‘niño costero’ in Peru exposed the precarious conditions in which millions of Peruvians live. As the Office of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation, we witnessed the mudslides and floods uncovering the lack of basic services and poor land management that affect our people in many parts of the country.
A message from the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word about Orlando’s shooting