Spreading the Gift of Eucharistic Adoration
to Communities in Need
Catholic World Mission believes in empowering the poor and sharing the Gospel of Christ. While you can be physically poor, we also think you can be spiritually poor. 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.
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!
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!
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.
Having a central and reliable place of worship allows all to gather for healing, community, faithful development, and praise. This Shrine has undergone much needed reconstruction, along with the building of a new addition…
Thanks to you, we recently gave out full-year support to 50 seminarians studying all over Africa and India. Check out the Seminarian Formation page to learn more.
Last fall, our partner Ide Maka helped ensure the monstrance presented to Bishop Pierre Celestin in 2017 safely arrived in DR Congo. Bishop Celestin presented the monstrance to Fr. Vincent Tshindayi, Pastor of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows in Ndekesha.
Over the last year, we’ve worked to spread the gift of Eucharistic Adoration across the globe by giving monstrances to poor dioceses and parishes around the world. Check out these photos of communities in Asia adoring the Lord in the Eucharist!
We’ve received new photos from Fr. James Hogan in Mexico. His parish is building a church structure, and we have some wonderful images to share with you! Click the “Learn more” button below to see photos
Thanks to a generous donor, we’ve been busy shipping monstrances all over the world so that even the poorest dioceses can provide Eucharistic Adoration. Click the “Learn more” button below to see all the people who can now experience Adoration!
Our continued friendship with the Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales Seminary has allowed them to start construction on a perimeter wall. This will help with security and quality of life for the seminarians. Use the button below to see pics!
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:
Give our hurting world hope: when ordained, these men will serve as missionary priests all over the world, from Nigeria to Mexico to the United States, and everywhere in between.
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…