Your generosity to the children in India this Christmas is yet another example of how to ignite the Spirit and celebrate the dignity of life around the world. The proof is in the chicken and apples! See photos of this joyful occasion here.
A Clergy Home for the retiring and ailing is alleviating the suffering of priests whom have served the Archdiocese of Goa and Daman for years! It will accommodate over 20 senior citizen priests once completed. Check out photos of the progress!
Ide's trip to DR Congo led her on an adventure; one where she was able to alleviate suffering! Her missionary spirit blessed the Ndekesha orphans and brought them so much joy! None of this would be possible without the generosity of our CWM family.
Thanks to your generosity Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Nkar, Cameroon delivered its first baby in October 2016! This is alleviating suffering in the community as they previously walked 10 miles away over rough terrain to deliver their babies.
Thambipuram is igniting the Spirit in their community! Through their hard work & dedication they have raised the roof of their new chapel! They can’t wait until they can have an altar & other furnishings to give Jesus his home in their village.
Your generosity brought 10,000 people in Nkar, Cameroon clean water! Clean water prevents diseases, allows the minds of children to be illuminated in school, and families can spend more time making a living instead of searching for safe water. Thank you!
Missionaries from the United States offer spiritual support to expectant mothers in the Loving Moms & Kids program in Magadan. With your support, they hope to continue their work alleviating the suffering of needy moms in Magadan!
Construction at St. Mary's School in Nkar, Cameroon has begun! Your generosity has ignited the whole village! Locals have come out to volunteer; splitting their time between building the school and working their own land and crops. See photos here!
With nowhere else to go the people of Maribojoc attend Mass even when the Church is flooded! It is our hope with your generosity their suffering will be alleviated and they will have a dry place to worship. Watch the latest video here.
Children’s Day in Nigeria is celebrated May 27 every year! We are so thankful we got to be a part of the celebrations and give exercise books to the students. Learn about our mission to alleviate suffering in Nigeria here.
Students from Nana Brentu High School give thanks for the water well! They were walking over 10 miles a day for water! The students are excited to cut this walk out of their day, & thankful they can now get to school on time to receive a full education!
Missionary Felicia Amanambu visited Nigeria and was led by the Holy Spirit to repair schools, give desks and scholarships to students, and bring medical care to remote villages. Your generosity made this possible. See the photos of her mission trip here.
Your generosity has helped secure a van for the Queen of Peace Orphanage! The Compassionate Franciscan Sisters of the Poor can now take the children to the doctors without worry! And the sisters can buy groceries regularly! See the photos here.
The Ndekesha Orphans are thrilled to watch the walls of their orphanage go up, and grab a bucket to help! Your generous support also allows us to continue feeding the orphans. See the photos of the progress from January to April on our DR Congo Page.
The construction of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Nkar Cameroon is coming along! With the construction almost complete the locals are looking forward to having medical professionals come this June to train them in medical practices. See the new photos!
Missionaries in Russia sought to alleviate the suffering of the poor through corporal works of mercy this Lent. They visited six families & blessed them with food and clothing for the children, heaters for their homes and the joy of the Holy Spirit.
Poverty-stricken families in Thambipuram have purchased bricks and sand in anticipation of their church’s construction! They give despite their poverty! Will you help them complete their church today and continue igniting the Spirit in their hearts?
By illuminating the minds of children in the Gabipko Island School they can take charge of their education! See photos of their new classroom here.
Regnum Christi missionaries are bringing Theology of the Body to a remote part of the world, Fiji. There they are teaching young people and families the importance of the dignity of life, and the respect of all human persons.
Thanks to your generosity the Christmas Miracle filled the hearts and stomachs of children in India with joy this Christmas! See photos of the children’s celebration here.
With great pleasure we can announce the completion of the cafeteria for children in Enchi, Ghana! The canteen is a relief to keep the children in a safe environment while they eat. See photos of the celebration.
A beautiful tapestry came all the way from the Ndekesha Orphanage in the Congo! Many thanks to the donors who made their mission possible. You can still support their mission.
Archbishop Filipe Neri Ferrão of Goa, India celebrated Mass at All Saints Church Georgia for the Indian community of the sub-continent, the people of the parish, & in thanksgiving to the many supporters and benefactors of CWM.
Catholic World Mission has partnered with the Father Shields of The Nativity of Jesus parish to bring expecting mothers and fathers in Magadan, Russia the resources they need to raise their children in happy, and healthy environments.
Thanks to your support Catholic World Mission has been able to expand into Costa Rica! We are helping make the Catholic faith accessible in remote areas, and even supporting the construction of a gymnasium! Learn more about this new opportunity here.
Thanks to your generosity we have been able to fund a year of meals for the Ndekesha Orphanage. See the children’s joy now.
Meet Trixie and her little brother, Francis, before she came to the Queen of Peace Children’s Home she lived a very hard life. Learn more about her gratitude for the sisters here.
Meet Jerome, he is an orphan from the Queen of Peace Children's Home. He is one of 40 children the sister's care for. Jerome needs a family, and with your support his dream can come true. Learn his story here.
This past week Monsignor Simon met Archbishop Emery in Rome! The two are paving the way for dignified life in Ghana and the Congo, respectively.
One of four water wells in Ghana has been completed! Nana Brentu Senior High School is overjoyed to have a water well in their community. There is still time to help, learn how here!
What sweet news! We have been praying for twins dropped of at the Ndekesha Orphanage. The two had lung infections and their parents just couldn't take care of them. Thanks to your help they are getting all the care they need from the sisters! Learn more!
The chalice and paten were delivered to Ghana in late April! Fr. Jeremiah graciously received them and then offered up Mass in memory of SK Larry Carl Obenstine. Check out the update here.
Inspired by traveling missionaries, two villages raised enough money to build community centers of their own for everyone to celebrate Mass, while also providing a place to gather. See centers 6 and 7 here!
We are humbled to announce our new pillar “Dignified Living.” As Catholics, it is our mission to celebrate the dignity of life. We invite you to explore our newest pillar and all that it encompasses. Explore Now.
Meeting the physical needs of the hungry is the first step on their path towards openness to God. The Missionary brothers of the Poor in Kenya are helping eliminate poverty. See updates here.
Helping Ebola Relief in Liberia
Children helping Children: Students at an Illinois Catholic school host a rummage sale to benefit impoverished children around the world.
Villagers in Ghana are one step closer to having regular access to medical care! The well has been dug to facilitate plumbing for a permanent medical clinic.
Dr. Frank Agbemordzi of the Enchi District Hospital in Ghana talks to us about his urgent need for medical supplies. See the video.
Patients in the overflow quarters at the Enchi District Hospital in Ghana finally get a bed, thanks to recent medical shipments.