I am making a warm appeal that on Sunday, August 16, became the Day of solidarity with the inhabitants of Beirut,  wrote the chairman of the Polish Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki in his appeal for help for the inhabitants of the capital of Lebanon.

The chairman of the Episcopate called for all churches and chapels in Poland to include in the common prayer a summons for the victims of the tragedy, both living and dead. He also asked that on that day, in front of all churches and chapels in Poland, after all Holy Masses, to organize a collection of funds that would be donated to the victims through Caritas Polska.

At the same time, he thanked everyone for the help already offered, “especially the Polish firefighters and medics who went to the scene of the accident the day after the tragedy to provide emergency aid and fight for the health and life of the victims of the tragedy.” “I would like to thank all those who will support the victims of the events in Beirut with solidarity and kindness,” wrote the President of the Episcopate.

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