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Transportation – A Channel of Hope in Ukraine


Last October, the Archbishop of Lviv consecrated a newly built Pilgrim House. From the beginning of the invasion, this house opened its doors to refugees, and over the past six months it became home to more than 350 people.

Today, it is at capacity, hosting 50 people, including 19 children, between the ages of six months and 16 years.

But without a van, securing the needs of the refugees is impossible. When refugees arrive at the train station they need to be picked up, and when they decide to return to their homes, they need to be taken to the station.

Also, the refugees need to travel elsewhere to obtain documentation, and food needs to be purchased for all the home’s guests. A vehicle is vital to the house’s daily running and aid to the refugees.

ACN Donors Keep Lebanon Schools Open

Lebanon’s financial collapse has made it impossible for many parents to pay tuition fees. Semi-public schools are also experiencing a situation of great hardship because although they are entitled to government subsidies, the Lebanese state has not covered the costs in the past four years.

Funding hopes to benefit 30,000 students and more than 6,000 teachers in almost 200 schools.

ACN, which had already increased its aid to Lebanon since the massive Beirut Port explosion in August 2020, continues to prioritize the subsistence of Christian communities in Lebanon, the only Arab country where Christians play a significant role in society and politics.

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External restoration of  St Behnam and Sara church.

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“The restoration of this church is a symbol of resistance, to remain in this land, to bear witness. Pope Francis visited us just over a year ago, and he asked us to bear witness in this land.”

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Catholic Bible Commission Pakistan (CBCP): 2 January -13 February 2021- On Going Bible Study 2021, Kot Lakhpat

The Bible in Pakistan: ‘There is a blessing for those who touch the Word of God’

“every day you should touch a page of the Bible, each word of the Bible. Go line by line, line by line, and obtain this blessing with your fingers, because it is written in the Bible that there is a blessing for those who touch the Word of God.”

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“The whole of society must be involved, and that includes the Church, which can contribute to the promotion of peace and stability for the country. We do what we can to spread love and peace to everyone.”

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Words of Gratitude and Faith

"We remain ever grateful to you all and may God Almighty reward you abundantly through Christ our Lord. Be rest assured of our feeble yet constant prayers for you. Thanks so much. Yours in the vineyard of the Lord.”

Sr Franka Okeke, Cameroon
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