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Save a Christian Family in Pakistan

In Pakistan right now, fathers and mothers are trying to console their children and support their families in a time of crisis, as countless numbers of Christians are being driven into deeper poverty and chaos.

In Pakistan, Christians are not just a religious minority group, but a socially disadvantaged group, as well. They have fragile livelihoods and the pandemic has hit them hard and put them at greater risk for infection. According to Archbishop Sebastian Shaw, the situation is ‘catastrophic and alarming for Christians.’  The Archbishop has told us that he has never seen such poverty in his country.

If Christians cannot work, they cannot feed their families.
And these families are quickly deteriorating.

The Archdiocese of Lahore, with an estimated 400,000 Catholics, has identified 2,000 of the most vulnerable families with two monthly offerings each. Families will be helped with food packages worth $34 per month for 2 months.

The Church is struggling to feed children and keep people alive. Through the local church network, whom we trust and know well, aid will be distributed. This can only be done with the help of generous people like you. Can we count on your support today?

 

Pakistan Poor Christians in Lahore Used as Illustration for the Internet Project PAKISTAN / LAHORE 15/00424 PrID: 1504143

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