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Support the Formation of Seminarians in Brazil

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The pandemic changed lives around the world, including those of seminarians in Brazil. In the Diocese of Rio Branco, ordinations that were scheduled for 2020 …

In Chile, young people are helping rebuild a vandalized church

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The images of the church tower collapsing in a sea of flames shocked not only the local people and the Catholic faithful, but the whole country.

In Brazil, a boat brings Christ to the people

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“This boat helps us to get to the riverside communities much more quickly.”

Mass Stipends for Priests and Support for Religious Sisters in Amazonian Brazil

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The Diocese of Humaità in northwest Brazil, in the state of Amazonas, covers an area of over 53,000 square miles. It is larger than Alabama, …

Statistics offer ‘no more than a hint of the suffering endured’ by Haitian population

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“There is also a need to provide the bishop and his closest collaborators with a roof over their heads, since they have lost everything.”

ACN commits $600,000 in emergency aid for Haiti in wake of earthquake

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“It is an impossible situation, and the people are in total shock.”

The challenges facing the Church on the world’s most Catholic continent

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We need to protect the indigenous peoples and accompany them in their faith, while respecting their customs, languages and values,” insists D’Aqui.

A policeman needs to have his life in order, as death lurks around the corner

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“The work of a policeman, the primary material, if you will forgive me putting it like this, is life and liberty. He is a servant of life.”

A New Presbytery for a Parish in Peru

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The presbytery of Corpus Christi Parish in Massiapo, Peru is in terrible shape. The tin roof is rusting away, and the house itself looks more …

Haiti’s bishops express sadness at assassination of the president, condemn spiral of violence

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“This sad event marks an unfortunate turning point in the history of our people.”

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