Over 3,000 people join Prayer Vigil for Myanmar and India
On 2 June, we hosted an online Prayer Vigil for Myanmar and India with religious and lay leaders from around the world.
Over 3,000 people joined the 30 minute Prayer Vigil, standing (virtually) in solidarity together to pray for healing and peace for the two nations in crisis.
The leaders of the Prayer Vigil included:
Fr Tony Moreno SJ, President of Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP),
Fr Quyen Vu SJ, Provincial of Australia,
Fr Santosh Minj SJ, Provincial of Hazaribag,
Fr Stany D’Souza SJ, President of Jesuit Conference of South Asia (JCSA),
Fr Jun Viray SJ, Provincial of the Philippines,
Sch. P.V. Joseph Buan Sing SJ, Burmese Jesuit Scholastic based in Rome,
Sr Britto Madassery SCSC, Snehadeep Holy Cross Residential School, India
Anna O’Halloran, Chair, Jesuit Mission Maytime Fair Committee,
Gillian Donoghue, Development Officer of Myanmar Jesuit Mission and,
Niang Mun Ciin (Mun Pi), Myanmar Jesuit Mission.
As the international development organisation of the Australian Jesuit Province, Jesuit Mission has proudly accompanied the marginalised to live full and free lives for 70 years.
Today Jesuit Mission works in 12 countries across Asia and Africa to uphold the innate dignity of people living with the effects of poverty.