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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.

An Evangelization Center for Young People in Benin

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Benin is a complex and varied African country. While in the north, the population is overwhelmingly Muslim, with Christians making up only a small minority, in the south, the population consists mainly of Christians and members of traditional African pagan religions.

Support Contemplative Religious Sisters in Burkina Faso

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The Sisters of Mary, Morning Star are a very young congregation. Founded in 2014 in Spain, the congregation has enjoyed considerable growth and already numbers 300 Sisters. They also have close to 350 so-called “oblates” who are associated with the congregation. These are people from all walks of life, above all families, young people and priests, who strive in their daily lives to live the spirituality of this congregation and in a spirit of unity with the Sisters.

A Vehicle for Pastoral Work in the Philippines

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For seven years, Sister Anita has worked with the indigenous peoples of the Philippines, in the Diocese of San Jose. She offers them counsel, ministers to their most urgent needs, and supervises children in the primary school. She helps local women and organizes youth events and activities. “It is a joy and a blessing,” Sister Anita says of her work.

Aid for the Life and Ministry of Redemptorist Sisters in Ukraine

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In the 1930s, a dozen girls from Ukraine began preparations for the country’s first-ever Redemptorist convent, but its opening was delayed indefinitely by the outbreak …

Support the Training of 91 Seminarians in Colombia

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Pictured here are 91 seminarians, currently studying at the Diocese of Sonson-Rionegro in southern Colombia. The diocesan seminary has been popular since its founding in …

Help Rebuild Two Village Chapels Destroyed by a Cyclone in Mozambique

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​In January 2017, the northern coast of Mozambique, already one of the world’s poorest countries, was battered by a severe cyclone. The storm brought heavy …

Motors for Pastoral Boats on the Solomon Islands

Motors for Pastoral Boats on the Solomon Islands

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The Solomon Islands are located in the South Pacific, about 450 miles east of New Guinea and 1,600 miles northeast of Australia. The islands are …

This Giving Tuesday, what will you give to keep our faith alive in Pakistan?

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