Spreading the Gift of Eucharistic Adoration
to Communities in Need
Catholic World Mission believes in empowering the poor and sharing the Gospel of Christ. We help out wherever there is a need irrespective of the people’s faith and belief. Without recognizing the love of Christ in your life, it’s difficult to understand your purpose and God-given potential. We partner with communities in need and remove the obstruction of spiritual despair so people can experience spiritual and emotional growth. When we distribute aid we also share our faith.
If you’re interested in working with us to share the Gospel around the world, we would love to have your support. Learn more about the projects you can donate to below!
Feast Day: June 29
Saint Paul, was born in Tarsus in 5 AD, and died in Rome, Italy in 67 AD.
Canonized: Saint Paul, as one of the earliest saints, was never formally canonized.
Saint Paul lived in the time of Christ. He was a zealous Jew who
persecuted early Christians until the risen Christ appeared to him on his way to Damascus. He became a convert to Christianity and one of the greatest Christian apostles setting up and supporting Churches throughout Greece and Asia Minor. Saint Paul penned almost half of the New Testament in the form of letters to the early Christian
communities. He more than once collected donations from all his Churches to support the poor and suffering Christian communities
“We walk by faith, not by sight.” Saint Paul
We invest in growing faith worldwide, so we can raise up future leaders in the Catholic faith. From Mexico to Ghana, you can view our efforts in action when it comes to building churches, investing in the next generation and helping communities receive spiritual guidance.
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 Evangelization in support of Christ-centered organizations removing the obstructions of spiritual despair so people can experience spiritual and emotional growth. 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!
Thirteen individuals recently celebrated their first Holy Communion in the new “Mother of Sorrows” chapel. This chapel has been dedicated to the pastoral work done by the MSFS.
The journey each Monstrance takes to its new home parish is sacred, thanks to your bountiful generosity, the Diocese of Dinajpur has been blessed with a Monstrance.
How joyful it is to present the community with new opportunities to draw near and pray before the Blessed Sacrament.
Thanks to our generous donors we have given the Diocese of Lokoja in Nigeria five motorcycles
allowing their Priests to spread the Gospel to previously unreachable areas!
The village of Namwendwa has successfully received spiritual and critical aid over the past four months. They are thankful for the selfless donors who have given them the gift of the mass being broadcasted over the radio and food, masks, and sanitizers as they continue to struggle through the ongoing pandemic.
The Legionaries of Christ in Poland have been transforming their Parish and community thanks to donors like you. They have been settling into their new formation center and using their vehicle for community outreach and have many exciting plans for the future.
The Compassionate Franciscan Sisters of the Poor community greatly appreciate the help of Catholic World Mission and their benefactors donating 2 Monstrances to their church.
During the Feast of Christ the King, Msgr. Simon leads the faithful in Eucharistic adoration. (Immaculate Conception Church in Enchi, Ghana)
Good News! Our partner in Uganda shared that St. Teresa of Calcutta Church was dedicated during the Feast of Christ the King on Sunday November 22nd.
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:
YOU can help us sponsor 65 Seminarians this year from the Diocese of Wiawso and the Society of African Missions (SMA) Order as they embark on their calling to serve God and change the world
Lay people are ready to help their priests reach remote areas for Christ
Full-time lay missionaries bring the Gospel to the poorest of the poor. With a shortage of priests, these missionaries are the only way for many to have a chance to learn about the Gospel, to find hope, and be transformed by Christ!
Under attack from all angles, families in India are fighting back…