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A Car for Pastoral Work in Malawi


“I was in prison and you visited me” (Mt. 25:36). The Church has taken these words to heart and manifests a special concern everywhere for …

A Vehicle for the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Belarus


Father Roman Murzicz has recently taken over as the pastor of the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Orsha, an industrial town in …

A Vehicle for Pastoral Work in Pakistan


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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 …

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