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‘Be quiet so that God may defend you’—kidnapped sister is free at last

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As regards the suffering, she often remembered the teachings of her order’s foundress, the Blessed Caridad Brader, “Be quiet so that God may defend you,”

Fund the Training of 106 Young Religious Sisters in Haiti

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Haiti is the poorest country in Latin America and one of the least developed nations in the world. Violence, crime, natural disasters, political unrest, poverty …

In Venezuela, crisis has brought many closer to the Church

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“We are here to serve the people, especially the poorest. Our role and commitment are to act as a presence that can bring light to the situation, inspired by the Gospel.”

Haiti: ‘We are still in the first phase of our emergency aid efforts’

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“The precarious situation makes it impossible to travel to the country, which means that we cannot experience the situation first-hand. Our communication is limited to the internet or the telephone.”

Massive influx of Haitian migrants triggers crisis in Mexico

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“Behind these migrant caravans there are an infinite number of private interests, institutions and non-governmental organizations that have made these migrants into an industry for their own personal benefit.”

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.”

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