LISTEN: For The Martyrs For Catholic Community Radio

From Catholic Community Radio: We’re live with  Rob Tasman with the LACCB monthly update, Fr. Jamin David, pastor at St. Margaret Queen of Scotland in Albany with Hurricane Laura relief andGia Chacon, founder of For the Martyrs and Organizer of the March for the Martyrs on September 5th, 2020 LISTEN HERE: https://www.catholiccommunityradio.org/wakeup/2020/9/3/wake-up-thursday-september-3-2020

LISTEN: Gia Chacon for SiriusXM/ EWTN Radio

From EWTN: Conversations with Consequences: On a new episode of Conversations with Consequences, Dr. Grazie Christie talks about modern day martyrs with Gia Chacon, September 5th, 2020 LISTEN HERE: https://www.ewtn.com/radio/shows/conversations-with-consequences

For The Martyrs In CRUX

Last week you organized a “March for the Martyrs” in Long Beach, California. What was this event? Why did you organize it? I was inspired to host a March for the Martyrs to bring much needed awareness to the crisis of Christian Persecution and to unify the Body of Christ around this issue. For the […]

For The Martyrs For William Hemsworth

Sometimes we think that persecution of Christians is something that only happened at the beginning of the church. The fact is that the period in which we now live has the most Christian persecution in history. Many Christians march to martyrdom today, and it is more than you may think. Christian persecution has increased 20% […]

WATCH: For The Martyrs In EWTN

For the Martyrs reports there are more than 260 million Christians across the globe who face high levels of persecution because of their faith, a 20% increase in two years. Saturday is the March for Martyrs, where Christians in the U.S. can stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world. For the Martyrs President […]

For The Martyrs In Epoch Times

In Egypt, about 90 percent of the population is Sunni Muslim, and about 10 percent is Christian, according to a 2019 U.S. Department of State religious freedom report. It noted that, although the country’s laws forbid discrimination of various kinds, human rights groups in the country report continued discrimination in private-sector hiring, and militants continue threats […]