Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians

Our U.S. Bishops have asked for a “Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians” on Sunday November 26 to help people to reflect on the importance of religious freedom and being in prayerful solidarity with the plight of our suffering brothers and sisters in the world. 

The Maronite Servants of Christ the Light in our Saint Maron Chapel Convent (856 Tucker Rd Dartmouth MA) is open on Sunday November 26 from 2:00PM to 5:00PM. We will have exposition of the Most Holy Mysteries. We invite you to stop by and join us for prayer in our chapel. #SufferingInSolidarity 
Please consider dropping by for a few minutes or an hour of adoration.

Also, if you are are interested in resources to share on Christian persecution and religious freedom such as homily notes, prayers, recommended Aid agencies and materials for your parish, families, schools or youth and young adult ministry please visit www.usccb.org/middle-east-Christians 

"We must not resign ourselves to thinking of a Middle East without Christians, who for 2,000 years have confessed the name of Jesus, and have been fully integrated as citizens into the social, cultural and religious life of the nations to which they belong." -Pope Francis, 21 November 2013