through education, counseling,
and a hearty daily meal.
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them a covered dining hall
DR Congo has a new home.
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and the other orphans is scarce.
When you wake up in the morning, you might throw off the covers of a warm bed, fry up a tasty pan of bacon and eggs, take a hot shower and head out the door to your job. It’s hard to imagine anything less. But the fact is, millions of people around the world are struggling due to a lack of basic resources. Nearly half of the world’s population lives on less than $2.50 per day — not nearly enough to pay for sufficient food, water or health care. Their lives are filled with uncertainty, and many are in desperate need of the basic resources we often take for granted.
That’s why Catholic World Mission exists — to bring a message of hope to those who feel hopeless. Our Dignified Living projects allow us to change the lives of disadvantaged brothers and sisters in Christ around the world by meeting their physical and spiritual needs.
We hope that you’ll join with us in working alongside these communities to meet their needs and share Christ!
Through our Dignified Living pillar we have responded to the call of the Catholic Church to perform Corporal Works of Mercy for our brothers and sisters in Christ all over the world through: feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the naked, sheltering the homeless, and visiting the sick. Responding to Christ’s call in Matthew 25:34-40.
When you look at the poverty that exists around us, it can be easy to wonder how your gift is being used. But God can use even the smallest acts of kindness and faith in incredible ways. With your donation, you have:
Thank you! We encourage you to continue to donate to Dignified Living in support of Christ-centered organizations meeting basic human needs. And, above all, we hope you’ll support us in prayer as we bring the message of Jesus to a world in need of hope.
Updates from around the world, made possible by you!
With your help and the MOP brothers’ compassion, CWM was able to provide new furniture for the monastery and food and help with other expenses for the orphanage.
Our partner Fr. John Kennedy has begun the water project work at St.Peter and Paul Parish, in Limones, Ecuador. They are prepping the room where the water filtration system will be placed.
Sadly, COVID-19’s effects have reached the CFSOP community in Cap-Haitien, Haiti. But thanks to you, their important work continues.
Thanks to a very generous supporter, security and renovation improvements have begun at homes for the elderly and abandoned children.
Praise God one training session was held! The fruits of this project are beginning to flourish. Click “Read More” to see pictures of the youth who attended.
Thanks to the generosity and quick response of three local sisters and their family in Atlanta, GA, the local homeless are being given basic necessities weekly during these trying times.
It will be home to over 100 vulnerable children, including HIV patients. Many of these children are orphan as their parents are deceased due to AIDS.
Thanks to you, sick children, families with blind adults, and cancer patients received an extra Christmas miracle for the second year in a row. Click the “READ MORE” button below to see the people’s smiling faces of great gratitude!
We are a worldwide Catholic church charity with multiple projects you can choose to support. Help us change the world by supporting our projects. Scroll through some examples below:
So many children in Ndekesha community are deprived of even a basic education because they spend so many hours fetching water just to survive. You can provide safe clean water for life.
Our monthly aid to children in the developing world is in danger of…
Valdez Limones Islands are home to some of the poorest villages in Ecuador. In these extreme conditions, it’s the children who suffer the most. Your help today will make all the difference….
Have you ever avoided food or water because you were afraid to use the bathroom? This may sound like your last road trip, but for these kids, it’s their every day. It may surprise you…