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Today is World Refugee Day

“In the name of Mary, Joseph and the Lord Jesus, aid all refugees today, for most of the refugees like the Holy Family themselves, are families, and most are children.” – PB Michael Curry

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UTO supports refugees in Rome

In 2015, United Thank Offering raised $89,045.20 through the Advent Challenge which supported Episcopal Migration Ministries in opening two new resettlement locations and offering mental health services through all of the resettlement offices.

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Resources for Advent

The Advent Advocacy Update: #RefugeesWelcome series will examine the current crisis surrounding refugee resettlement in the United States.

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