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beirut will not be abandoned
More than 100 churches, convents, Church-run schools and other institutes in Beirut are in need of repairs following the blast on August 4th. Aid to the Church in Need will be planning a project assessment trip to determine how best to provide pastoral support before winter hits.
The aid would come on top of the $300,000 emergency help provided by us
within days of the explosion—food packages and other urgent items for nearly 6,000 families worst affected by the catastrophe.
We are coordinating our aid for Beirut with other Catholic organizations, each taking responsibility for designated areas—repair of homes, education, medical care, and infrastructure. As many as 300,000 families in Beirut were displaced by the blast.
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“He is watching. His time will come. He has told us in Psalm 46:10 to trust in Him. The blood of these martyrs will not be in vain.”
“Barring a miracle, we are going to have to abandon Cuba. It would be a great tragedy, because I believe that our charism of redemption, and our presence here, are vital to the people of the area.”
“Our mission is to stand by the people, to lift them up and give them a dosage of positivity and hope. To tell them that God is with us, that better days are coming.”
“I appeal to the Prime Minister of Pakistan—especially for the victims of the blasphemy laws and the girls who have been forcibly converted—to safeguard and protect the minorities, who are also Pakistani citizens.”