Valentyna Pavsyukova
Founder and President of Chalice of Mercy, a certified 501(c)(3)

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Help the Suffering People of Ukraine

Christian love transcends politics

An Appeal for Prayers and Financial Support

The people of Ukraine continue to suffer horrific missile and drone attacks from Russian forces, often aimed at population centers, critical infrastructure, and power stations (with the intent of causing massive blackouts). Please consider donating to Valentyna Pavsyukova’s extraordinarily effective mission, Chalice of Mercy, to help pay for continued shipments of vital clothing, medical supplies, and much more. With her dedicated network in the U.S. and Ukraine, Valentyna is able to get these supplies (including millions of dollars’ worth of donated medical equipment) from Wisconsin to the people in the war zone in the space of just 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 prayers and donations are deeply appreciated!

Past Media Coverage of Valentyna Pavsyukova and Chalice of Mercy Mission to Ukraine

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.

Valentyna Pavsyukova & Chalice of Mercy:
A Story of Conversion, Joy and Loving Mission

In a feature story and 7 brief segments from an extensive interview, Valentyna’s joy and love of neighbor are contagious.
This mission was founded in the Diocese of La Crosse and continues to inspire us all. Enjoy!

Feature Story on Valentyna Pavsyukova and Chalice of Mercy, published by Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly in April of 2014


Introduction & the City without God

Valentyna Pavsyukova paints a picture of the Ukrainian people under the oppression of the false hopes and empty promises of Communism.
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Communism & Abortion

Loss of God means loss of human dignity, and coerced abortion begins with the rule of Stalin.  But fragments of faith remain, and her grandmother gives little Valentyna a precious and lasting gift.
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Turning Points

In post-Communist Ukraine, an unexpected opportunity comes to Valentyna, one that will prove life-changing.
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Chalice of Mercy: Mission to Ukraine

Seeking God’s will, Valentyna discovers a missionary call to bring to her homeland desperately needed medical supplies, along with the beauty and joy of Christ, and the truth of human dignity.
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Taking Ukrainian Doctors on Pilgrimage

Valentyna begins leading post-Communist Ukrainian doctors on pilgrimages to Medjugorje, and God’s grace works miracles.
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Embracing the Whole Gospel of Life

Valentyna discusses upcoming pilgrimages, and then describes the loving mission of Chalice of Mercy to a hospice for the dying and to an orphanage.
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The Secret of Joy

Valentyna shares how you can learn more about Chalice of Mercy and help its mission if God touches you.  Then, in answer to a “surprise” question, she tells the secret to her joy.
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