Praying for the Church, Sister Genevieve, and Peace
In a world filled with chaos and uncertainty, there are individuals who dedicate their lives to serving others, spreading the Gospel's message of love and hope. Sister Genevieve, hailing from Myanmar, is one such extraordinary person.
“I beg you, don’t forget about Turkey”
It's been only two months since, on Feb. 6, two consecutive earthquakes, the strongest recorded so far, shook southeast Turkey and parts of Syria.
Archbishop Peter Wells, the Pope’s man in South Africa (and soon to be Thailand)
Read all about the role of Archbishop Peter Wells and the incredibly important role nuncios play in making sure the Gospel reaches all over the world.
Saving souls, one cookie at a time
I don’t know if you ever saw a child praying, but their kindness and sense of awe is bound to mobilize you. Imagine what it does to God?
Building peace, giving hope in South Sudan
We need to work with our children, talk to them about Christ, about just how many lives they can change, they can impact.
Three important stories we wish we didn’t have to share
Globally, there are an estimated 1,100 mission territories, places where the Catholic Church is too young or too poor to sustain itself, where missionary men and women- both clergy and laity- rely on the support of people like you to fulfill the command to “go therefore and make disciples of all nations.”
Gogos in Malawi
In Malawi, “gogo” is the word for grandmother. Gogos are the poorest of the poor.
Supporting the Children in the World’s Poorest Country
Burundi is a small landlocked country in the African Great Lakes region in central Eastern Africa, and based on gross national income - $270 - it is the world’s poorest country.