International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking 2024

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This day of prayer and awareness was established in 2015 by Pope Francis on the feast day of Saint Bakhita, the Sudanese sister who was a victim of trafficking and a universal symbol of the Church’s commitment against this scourge. 

On Thursday, February 8, the Online Pilgrimage of prayer and awareness against human trafficking will take place, crossing all continents and time zones. It begins at 9:30 am from Oceania, followed by Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, South America, and finally concludes at 4:30 pm with North America.

You might like to join in this on line pilgrimage of prayer at some stage on February 8th.

The link is here.

Download the Prayer Vigil Here

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