Be Unafraid

To Face Your Fears

Many believe our fears can set us apart, but we believe they can bring us together.

We interviewed dozens of refugees and citizens born in the United States about their fears. This is what they shared with us about their journey.

Be Unafraid to ask the questions.
Be Unafraid to listen to the answers.
Then, Be Unafraid to be the one who begins a movement of hope.

Be Unafraid to Share Their Fears

Real Refugee Stories

Stories of struggle. Stories of resilience.
Stories of hope. It’s the real refugee story.
Be unafraid to listen.

We Need to Stay Together

Rocio and her husband have lived in the United States for more than 20 years, but sometimes she does not feel welcome. One of her biggest fears is having her family split apart.

I Will Wear a Team USA Jersey Any Day

Mohamed is a Somali refugee who fled civil war. He now works as an advocate for immigrants and refugees in the United States.

My Name Means Life

Jiyar was born in Turkey after her family fled Kurdistan during a chemical attack. Today she is an example of survival and is a trailblazer for what it means to be a refugee in the United States.

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How Can I Help?

Give to the US

Support migrants and refugees in the United States by giving to CCUSA.

Give Overseas

Reach out to migrants and refugees abroad by giving to Catholic Relief Services.

Share the Love

Use social media to inspire others to love our neighbors everywhere.

Your neighbors live across the street and the country, across oceans and hemispheres. As millions of God’s children flee war, persecution and poverty, Pope Francis, Caritas Internationalis, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Charities USA, and Catholic Relief Services invite you to share their journey by walking with them in prayer and support.

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