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Help the Suffering People of Ukraine
The people of Ukraine continue to suffer indiscriminate missile attacks from Russian forces, often aimed at population centers, and at power stations to destroy the capacity for people to heat their homes in winter. Please consider donating to Valentyna Pavsyukova’s extraordinarily effective mission, Chalice of Mercy, to help pay for continued shipments of warm clothing, medical supplies, and much more. With her dedicated network in the U.S. and Ukraine, Valentyna is able to get these supplies (including more than $3.5 million worth of donated medical equipment) from Wisconsin to the people in the war zone in the space of ten days. This is all done at a discounted rate through her shipping partners, but it must be done by air, so the costs are still considerable. This mission is rooted in Jesus Christ and sanctified by much prayer and many Holy Masses. Your donations are deeply appreciated!
Recent Media Coverage of Valentyna Pavsyukova and Chalice of Mercy Mission to Ukraine
Founder and President of Chalice of Mercy
Note: Chalice of Mercy was founded by Valentyna Pavsyukova as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2007, and is in good standing with the Diocese of La Crosse.
Chalice of Mercy
All Profits Go to Support Chalice of Mercy Mission in Ukraine.
Chalice of Mercy is a non-profit charitable organization registered in Wisconsin with 501 (C) (3) Status.
Wisconsin’s bishops have issued a statement in which – while urging Catholics who are eligible to seek vaccination as a means to protect themselves and others – they address the ability of individuals to seek exemption from COVID-19 vaccination mandates based on conscience objection.
James Miller, Martyr and
Witness to the Gospel
Feast Day Feb. 13
Wisconsin Bishops Speak Out
Against Equality Act
Wisconsin’s Catholic bishops join with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in opposing the Equality Act of 2021 (H.R. 5). While all people must be treated with dignity and respect, efforts to prevent discrimination cannot foster inequality and intolerance of religion and people of faith. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution specifically protects free speech and the free exercise of faith, as both are essential for a free and open society….
Pro-Life Rosaries with the bishops of Wisconsin
Office for Ministries and Social Concerns
Christopher J. Ruff, S.T.L., Director
Jen Mickschl, Administrative Assistant