Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has helped 1.4 million Syrian refugees in the Middle East and Europe, and continually adjusts services as the situation evolves. As the living conditions for people within Syria deteriorate further and force even more people to flee, CRS is adapting its responses in neighboring countries to meet changing needs, and advocates in the U.S. for greater humanitarian assistance. Working with Syrian refugees, we get to know them, learning about the fear and terror they fled, and also their hopes and dreams for a peaceful future.
Tuesday, June 20, is World Refugee Day 2017. The Archdiocese of Indianapolis’ World Refugee Day Dinner is June 27, an opportunity to hear refugee stories and try delicious ethnic food. Learn more about the dinner and Catholic Charities Refugee and Immigration Services,
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