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A Vehicle for Pastoral Work in Pakistan

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Father Javed Khurshid, still relatively young, was ordained into the priesthood 12 years ago and works today in Pakistan’s Diocese of Multan. His parish, Saint …

Repair a Riverboat for Pastoral Work in the Amazon Region of Brazil

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The Diocese of Xingu-Altamira in Brazil covers a vast portion of the Amazon rainforest; at over 96,000 square miles, it is larger than the state …

A Vehicle for Capuchin Fathers in the Parish of Saint Michael in Kpassa, Ghana

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The West African nation of Ghana has a population of almost 29 million, of which approximately 70% are Christians. Most belong to a variety of …

A Boat for Pastoral Work in Brazil

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The Territorial Prelature of Itacoatiara, located in the Amazonas State of northern Brazil, covers an area of over 22,000 square miles, which is almost twice …

Fund Pastoral Travel for a Diocese in Southern Russia

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Russia’s Diocese of Saint Clement covers an area of nearly 550,000 square miles, twice the size of Texas. 20,000 Catholics live in the region, and …

A Car for Pastoral Work in Guatemala

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The Diocese of Quiché in northwest Guatemala is still scarred by a civil war that raged through the country in the 1980s and 1990s. There …

A Vehicle for Pastoral Work in Kyrgyzstan

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Kyrgyzstan, which lies in central southern Asia, has an ethnically diverse population of approximately 6.3 million people, over an area of 78,000 square miles. But …

A Car for Dominican Sisters in Belarus

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In 1992, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, three Dominican Sisters from Poland moved to Belarus and began their apostolate in the town of …

A Car for Mission Work in Panama

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The people of Rio Congo in Panama are extremely poor. They are mostly peasant farmers who moved to the coast from the country’s interior, and …

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