Still praying together – today KIRGHIZ

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Kirghiz speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today KINYARWANDA

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Kinyarwanda speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today KANADA

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Kanada speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today ITALIAN

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Italian speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today INDONESIAN

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Indonesian speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today HINDI

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Hindi speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today GREEK

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Greek speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today FRENCH

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our French speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today FARSI

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Farsi speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER

Still praying together – today ESTONIAN

The Corona Pandemic is still a challenge for all of us around the world. People are suffering not only from the Virus but also from hunger, unemployment, isolation and loneliness because of the worldwide lockdown. We continue to pray in the evening at 7:30 pm when the church bells are ringing; we light a candle and put it in the window thinking of the people suffering from the crisis. Our prayer is now available in 29 languages.

As we are once through we start again sending our prayer into the world: today to our Estonian speaking sisters and brothers!

More languages are available under the following link: TOGETHER