Catholic Network to End Human Trafficking

Challenge to all of us: End human trafficking in all its forms

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Our faith challenges us to seek peace and recognize our brothers and sisters around the world as having “equal dignity” to uphold our belief that we are all made in the image and likeness of God.
– Pope Francis, World Day of Peace 2015

Always be on the Watch –  Use Hotline 888-3737-888

If you see something or suspect that someone is a victim of human trafficking, report it by contacting the National Hotline: 888-3737-888 or text INFO or HELP to BeFree (233733).

Be Informed – Locally, Nationally, Globally
●    Subscribe:  CNEHT eNewsletter (send request to cneht@dsj.org)
●    Engage:   Calendar of CNEHT Activities
●    USCCB:   Anti-Trafficking Program
●    Globally:   CRS “Turn on the Light.  Help Stop Human Trafficking”

Prayers regarding human trafficking for the month of January to Feb 8:

Jan. 11 - Reflection for National Human Trafficking Awareness Day from Catholic Health Association

Jan. 11 - Feb. 8, 2018 - Prayer Calendar to End Human Trafficking 

Jan. 30 - "Praying for an End to Human Trafficking", an online monthly WATERritual prayer opportunity
- a unique form of prayer as an online live ritual with WATER (Women's Alliance of Theology, Ethics, and Ritual)
The January WATERritual will gather to renounce and resist the evil of trafficking that exploits all people.
Together we will rise up, reflect, and pray for an end to this modern day slavery.
Must register in advance if you plan to participate.  Note it is live in ET (Maryland) and by phone in PT (CA).
Register Here and visit WATERritual 1/30/2018 for more info

HT Prayer Service - Sharing the Journey with Migrants and Refugees
- from IPJC (
Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center)
English: http://ipjc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/HT-Prayer-2018-English-web.pdf
Spanish: http://ipjc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/HT-Prayer-2018-Spanish-web.pdf

Faith Resources 2018 - U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking
Ending Slavery is Everyone's Work

USCCB