It is a well known fact that Calabria is a very underdevelopped region compared to its siblings in the north of Italy and Europe. Certainly and foremost in the field of its Health Care System. This is a moment of extraordinary world crisis, under the powerful yet invisible axis of the new coronavirus. We feel the urge, as CHRISTIANS, to pull together all our experience and personal relations to alleviate the pain of the Calabrians and its health care system which is facing and will continue to face this terrible pandemic. A pathology that becomes even more lethan when it is not contrasted with the appropriate equipment. (Cover image courtesy of Carmelo Minuti, Calabrian artist)
Saint Jerome Catholic Outreach Orphanages Foundation and Street Children Ministry Fundraising For The Unforgotten Orphans and Self-Carers kids Voice Of West Africa is Calling!
I wanted to appeal with you, to ask how you can help us in in our situation. Our catholic Church mission and Orphanages Foundation in Ghana fled to Ghana many years ago from the civil war in Liberia. We have set up our orphanage within a refuge camp but we wait for the times to be ready to return to Liberia, the home land of our kids and members. Especially as the Ghana government breaking down the refugees camp, where we built our Center. Over the years we have been crying but no Savior yet!
Our daily life is a continuous struggle to feed, protect and educate the disadvantaged children under our care and many street children than turn to us for help.
Contribute to the construction of the pilgrimage center of Blessed Martyr Theodore Romzha in Transcarpathia
The project is for the construction of the pilgrimage center of Blessed Martyr Theodore Romzha with the church, outdoor altar and bell tower is situated 1 km from the village of lvanivitsi on the fleld between neighbouring villages Zhukovo and Lokkovo which are 7 kilometers far from the main district town Mukachevo and 37 kilometers fiom the administrative center of Transcarpathia region-city Uzhhorod. In the main photo, Milan Šašik, Bishop of Mukachevo, and Mons. Jean Marie Jervais, at the Vatican.
Funds donated to the "Sanctis Community Fund" are spent to cover Money Transfer Services fees for those projects, especially in developing countries, where the recepient has no access to banking and alternative methods must be used.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ
It’s time again for a Sisters of the Immaculata fundraiser!
Thank you so much for your past support – we raised over $50,000 (AUD) and were able to convert a shed into an extension which provided rooms for our Long-Term Mission School.
The Sisters live on Divine Providence and you blessed us so much two years ago as we were able to have enough accommodation for the Long-Term Mission School, including separate accommodation for the men and women. We are blessed to have had a big increase in our full-time mission team - and a house is available for sale two doors down! In addition to this, the Sisters are still in need of proper accommodation.