On February 8th we remember St. Josephine Bakhita, the Sudanese nun who as a child had the dramatic experience of being kidnapped and enslaved and has become the universal symbol of the Church's commitment against trafficking.
"Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a scourge on the body of Christ. It is a crime against humanity." - Pope Francis
Participate in the World Day of Prayer and Reflection against Human Trafficking
Participate in the pilgrimage of prayer and reflection on February 8 against human trafficking. Follow the live broadcast on https://www.youtube.com/c/preghieracontrotratta
Pray for the victims of trafficking, involving other people, groups, communities, associations, especially the younger ones
Organize a moment of prayer and reflection in your parish, community, group. The text of the Prayer Vigil for 8 February 2024 is online in different languages: download it and use it in your community.
Spread the message of the day
Dedicate a post/tweet in your social media on February 8 using the hashtag #PrayAgainstTrafficking
Reproduce the “walk for dignity” flashmob and post it on your social media