Featured Projects in August

Each month Aid to the Church in Need receives hundreds of project requests from the Church in need, and each month we highlight a few of these projects to show you our benefactors how your donations assist our brothers and sisters in Christ. Thank you for your continued support.

*Senegal - Renovation of a house for a priest to be closer to his Parish
*Colombia - Courses in life skills for vulnerable young people
*Czech Republic - Help for the formation of 24 seminarians at the archdiocesan major seminary and for 11 students at the propedeutic seminary in Olomouc
*Success Story: Thanks to your generosity we were able to refurbish a motor boat for pastoral work in Papua New Guinea.

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Featured Projects in July

* Ongoing Formation session for Priests in the Diocese of Bouar
* A new church for the Catholics of Camela
Help for the formation of 13 novices of the congregation of the Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matara

Featured Projects in June

*A new chapel for a growing village community
* Outboard motors for seven boats used in the pastoral ministry
*3000 Bibles and 3000 copies of the "DOCAT"
*Support for the life and apostolate of 70 religious sisters of the Archdiocese of Mary Most Holy in Astana
*Help to renovate the Catholic parish church of Magadan

Featured Projects:

  • Spiritual recovery time for priests in Liberia
  • Repairing a damaged boat in the diocese of Lisala, in the Congo River Basin
  • Support for the family apostolate in the diocese of Wabag - Papau New Guinea
  • Support for 50 Seminarians in Oradea - Romania
  • Establishing a branch of the St John Paul ll Youth Pastoral Centre for the region in Northern Bosnia - Bosnia and Herzegovina

National Appeal for the Church in Sri Lanka after the Easter Attacks

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ACN Australia has launched a National Appeal for the Church in Sri Lanka after the Easter Bombings. 

Now is the time for us to stand in solidarity with our suffering brothers and sisters. For too long the world has widely ignored the persecution of Christians, with much of the media playing ignorant to this global issue.

The horror of the suicide bomb attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter morning has ricocheted across the globe, this is the only positive to come from such tragedy - the world is now waking up to Christian persecution.

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