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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.”

Help Build a New Rectory 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.”

ACN-sponsored short film on young faithful’s plight in Nicaragua wins award

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his testimony helped me appreciate the efforts of every young person who chose to remain faithful to the Gospel message without fear of the consequences.”

Support for Religious Sisters in Argentina

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With an area of a little over a million square miles, Argentina is the eighth largest country in the world. But the home country of …

Support 16 Contemplative Sisters in Peru

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Peru is the third largest country in South America, with a mostly indigenous population of 32 million and a topography that includes the Andes mountains …

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 …

In Peru, lay missionaries minister to the destitute of the Amazon rainforest

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“I consider myself to be extremely fortunate, because in Amazonia you can live closer to God, and by working with the simple and humble people living here, you can actually touch Him.”

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