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Support Religious Sisters in Benin

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Sister Helène and Sister Epiphanie are both from Togo and belong to the Congregation of the Missionary Catechetical Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart. Since …

Help for the Formation of Four Seminarians in Egypt

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The Society of African Missions (SMA Fathers) was founded in 1856. It was created to be a society of priests committed to serving and evangelizing …

Support for Formation of Seminarians in India

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The Congregation of the Holy Cross was founded in 1820 in France when, following the French Revolution, an entire generation of young people was growing …

Mass Stipends for Five Contemplative Priests in Nicaragua

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Nicaragua is the second poorest country of Latin America, after Haiti. The Catholic Church strives to help the country, but it also faces numerous problems. …

Renovate a Presbytery on the Isla di Puná in Ecuador

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Isla di Puná is an island of 350 square miles just off the south coast of Ecuador. It has a population of 7,000 or so …

Courses in Life Skills for Vulnerable Youth in Colombia

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For 20 years now, the Dominican Sisters in Docordò, Colombia, have been trying to help young people. Through educational work and intensive personal accompaniment, they try to keep young people from falling into the clutches of the armed gangs, who are very prevalent and active in the region. Many of these young people are suffering and exploited, often lacking love and hope in their lives.

Renovation of a House for a Priest in Senegal

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In Senegal, Christians are a small minority – some 5% out of a total population of 15.6 million. Over 90% of the population is Muslim, while another 5% belong to traditional African religions. One large parish is the Parish of St. Charles Lwanga, based in Pandiènou, in the town of Pambal, in the west of the country, to the northeast of the capital Dakar.

A House and Formation Center for a Community of Priests in Bolivia

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Sitting at an altitude of almost 12,000 feet, La Paz is the third largest city in Bolivia and its capital in all but name. It is also growing constantly, owing to the steady influx of people from the rural regions, and now has a population of approximately 1 million. This population increase is likewise resulting in a steady growth of the parishes within the city. Close to 80% of the population in Bolivia is Catholic, while at the same time there are far too few priests.

Help for the Formation of Religious Sisters in Peru

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In many countries of Latin America there is no state help of any kind for the physically or mentally handicapped. Most families, already living in poverty, have little possibility of helping their own handicapped children in a manner appropriate to their needs. Thankfully, the congregation of the Servants of God‘s Plan (Siervas del Plan de Dios) have a special vocation for the care of the poorest and most needy.

Mass Stipends and Retreats for 27 Jesuit Priests in India

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The state of Assam in India is well known for its vast tea plantations. Millions of people live and work here, a large proportion of whom belong to the various ethnic communities that have been traditionally at the very bottom of India‘s social structure.

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