Sr. Nabila and the pastoral team at Holy Family Church in Gaza are caring for displaced people including over 100 traumatised children

GAZA: Help provide emergency aid for displaced Christian families

Sister Nabila of the Holy Rosary Sisters congregation in Gaza, welcomes, along with six other nuns and a Catholic priest, 700 Christian refugees in her Holy Family Parish. “We need medicines. Many hospitals are destroyed. Our school has also been damaged. People have nothing, not even the basics; where are we going to go? To die in the street? Mother Teresa’s sisters are also here, with people with multiple disabilities, with older people,” she told ACN. There are over 1,000 Christians trapped and taking refuge in the Catholic convent of the Holy Family and in the Greek Orthodox church of Saint Porphyry (where 18 Christians died on October 19). Most of these families have been left homeless. In the midst of bombings, they only have to trust in the prayer and charity of generous people like you. They urgently need your help to get food, water, blankets, medicines, fuel and hygiene kits. 


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