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Comfort for Ukrainian Refugees

“Peace is not just the absence of war. Like a cathedral, peace must be constructed patiently and with unshakable faith.”
— Pope St. John Paul II

As Ukrainians are faced with unthinkable tragedy and forced to flee their homes, the JP2 Project is working with the John Paul II Center in Kraków, Poland to provide a faith-filled refuge for families escaping the war. We’ve already setup one apartment to host the Gryb family as they work hard to figure out their next steps. Through God’s providence, we learned of their need through connections in the USA and now the grandmother, two mothers, and four children are safely settled-in and being ministered to by Joe, Corinne, our students, clergy and staff from the John Paul II Center.

The JP2 Project has another apartment that is currently empty. Will you help us cover the cost of furniture and other essentials for the suites, as well as contribute to the monthly rent to help welcome and minister to more families?

John Paul II Center in Kraków, Poland


Thank you for your donations and prayers!