Svetlana Kruchinska, a Ukrainian refugee who relocated because of the war, has been hosted by Dominican nuns in Krakow, Poland, since the spring of 2022.
Oksana Zavadskyi teaches teen girls how to sew aprons at the home she and her husband, Volodymyr, run near Mukachevo, Ukraine.
Dasha Habovska plays with her son, Christian, in their room at the St. Martin Center in Fastiv, Ukraine, with seven other families.
Alexander Tomchuk plays with his eight-month-old son at a center for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Fastiv, Ukraine, following the Russian invasion and bombardment their home in Kherson. Alexander is on a weekend visit and must return to his work in the contested city of Zaporizhia. His wife Anastasia fled to Poland when the fighting began in February 2022 and their son was born in Poland.
Dominican sister Lydia Timkova is overcome with emotion when talking about how people are suffering as a result ofthe war.
Basilian sister Anna Andrusiv in Lviv, Ukraine, in the convent basement where she, her fellow sisters and 40 people who fled the fighting last spring slept and stayed during air raid warnings.
Brothers Basil and Nicolai Knutazev stand in front of Basil’s apartment building in Irpin, Ukraine, that was destroyed by Russian artillery in the early days of the invasion. Nicolai, who’s apartment was across the parking lot, was also destroyed.
The center of this apartment complex in Borodyanka, Ukraine, collapsed when it was hit by a Russian missile on April 5, 2022.
A Ukrainian soldier waits to board the train from Mukachevo, Ukraine, to Lviv and locations further east toward the fighting after saying goodbye to his family on the platform.
Destroyed Russian thanks and personnel carriers along the road between Kyiv and Bucha are a reminder of Russian losses in the spring and summer of 2022.
Anti-tank barriers on the street corners near the Roman Catholic cathedral in Kyiv, Ukraine.