“The building of this church has been extremely important to us. We have no words to thank you for the fact that our dream has now come true.” A devoted faithful and parishioner from Brazil
Through the generosity of our donors, Aid to the Church in Need commits itself to the construction of churches and chapels, and the repair of church buildings desecrated by war or hatred — giving believers new hope and a place to gather as a faith community. Thank you for your continued support.
The port town of Magadan in eastern Siberia was first established in 1929 as a concentration camp. Under the Soviet regime, it was the principal center of a regional labor camp system and the port of entry for thousands of deported victims. Until 1991, the area was a strict military exclusion zone.
Almost 20 years ago, a Carmelite convent was founded just outside of Florida, a city in southern Uruguay. Twelve Carmelite sisters live there today, practicing perpetual prayer in accordance with the rule of their foundress, St. Teresa of Avila. The community continues to attract young women, who are interested in its atmosphere of holiness and the life of prayer.
The Sisters of Saint Teresa of the Child Jesus is an African congregation founded in 1929. Today, it has 168 fully professed sisters and ministers in the southern African countries of Malawi and Zambia. Amazingly, the congregation continues to grow, thanks to the interest and faith of young African women.