Bucheon, South Korea. It was a day of joy for the members of St. Claret Migrant community, to celebrate Holy Eucharist with migrants and refugees on the Easter Sunday. There were 85 migrants and refugees from Philippines, Vietnam, Srilanka, Mexico, India, Cambodia and Ethiopia. The solemn Eucharistic celebration began at 11.30 am on 21 Sunday, presided over the priests of our St. Claret Migrant community. After the Holy Eucharist, there was delicious food prepared both by Claretian Volunteers and migrants. It was a moment of happiness for the all the members of St. Claret Migrant community, to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord with migrants and refuges. The Easter celebration was also an occasion to introduce our St. Claret Migrant center and ministry, to migrants and refuges who are from various countries and also to organize the scattered migrants and refuges in Bucheon area in Incheon Diocese. This initiation by Claretian Missionaries in South Korea was also an opportunity to Migrants and refuges to get free counselling, Pastoral, Medical, legal care and support and access to temporary shelter for women in St. Claret Migrant Center.