Catholic Toolkit - Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking
This toolkit offers resources intended for Catholics to use during a Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking, Jan. 11-17, 2021. January is designated as National Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
For each day, we offer an intercessory prayer, reflection points, and a call to action. Graphics can be used in social media or print - each graphic's caption includes text which can be used on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Individual Catholics, families, small faith groups, and parishes are encouraged to use material they deem appropriate. The US Conference of Catholic Bishops also provides a more robust toolkit for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Please click on each day below for texts and graphics of an intercessory prayer, reflection points, and a call to action. We also offer a Facebook-sized cover/banner graphic, and you can download the image above to promote the week in general.
For the innocents who suffer under the sinful abuse of slavery and for conversion of the utterly lost souls who hold them captive and exploit them, we pray to the…Graphics and more
For children, especially those in our own community, who are vulnerable to human trafficking and slavery, that loving and caring adults may help them find safety and healing, we pray…Graphics and more
For law enforcement, that God grant them the wisdom to recognize situations of forced labor and sexual slavery, while working to protect its victims and punish its perpetrators, we pray…Graphics and more
Feb. 8 has been designated by the Vatican and the International Union of Superiors General as a World Day of Prayer, Reflection and Action against Human Trafficking. Feb. 8 is…Graphics and more
For courage to initiate change in our hypersexualized and consumer-driven culture, to end exploitation of others, we pray to the Lord. Sex trafficking would simply not be profitable without demand.…Graphics and more
Every Texas has an opportunity to join the fight against human trafficking, whether by educating friends, mentoring vulnerable youth, being a conscious consumer, financially supporting trusted organizations, or reporting suspicious…Graphics and more
Created by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops for use by individuals and parishes in Texas. All rights reserved. With gratitude to the Migration and Refugee Services of United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC, for permission to use material.
For questions about this toolkit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.