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our suffering faithful, God bless you.
Help Us Provide Emergency Aid For Ukraine
100% of all donations will be used to provide humanitarian relief to refugees and our brothers and sisters suffering in Ukraine right now.
Those in need will be supplied with food, water, clothing, shelter, medicine, etc. Thank you for caring and for showing immense generosity. God bless you.
A sign from God - Ukraine
Roman, Anna and their two children are one of many families being cared for by the contemplative Benedictine Sisters in Solonka.
Originally from Kharkiv, the family endured 10 days of fighting and bombardment before fleeing — and not a moment too soon. They were packed to leave when a rocket hit their building. “The house caught fire, all the windows were blown out,” Roman tells ACN.
In Lviv, they sat on a bench outside the train station, completely exhausted and worried when Sister Hieronima came to them and offered them a place to stay. Anna said: “It was divine providence. A sign from God!”
The Benedictine Sisters are just one of 23 communities of Sisters in Lviv Archdiocese caring for refugees — which your love has enabled ACN to support.
Thank You - Lebanon
Our Donor Family does so much for those who have so little. One of the things recently is the funding of food packages for 500 needy families in Lebanon.
With the heartbreaking situation happening in Lebanon, and this appeal for help, our donors have come to the aid of Lebanon’s Christians:
“Let us join forces, so that no one has to go to bed hungry and so that as far as possible these people, too, can come through this crisis safely and regain their trust in humanity.” Maronite Diocese of Baalbek.
Thank you for always listening and for always caring. May God’s blessings shower upon you for all the good you do for others.
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A spiral of violence in Nigeria. The country with the largest population in Africa is experiencing an unprecedented scale of religious based violence which ACN warns could get even worse unless the international community unites to address and seek solutions to the issues.
“The sheriff called both the mayor of our village and the pharmacist. He confessed he slapped me in the face. However, he lied, claiming he was just kidding with me.”