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October 2013   

From big American cities to small African villages, the Catholic World Mission team sees the Lord at work every day. Here's a glimpse at recent successes and challenges:

Supplies make A life and death impact in Ghana

Another shipment of medicines and supplies is off to Ghana, a country in which 80,000 children needlessly die each year due to treatable and preventable disease. Doctor Frank of the Enchi hospital speaks of the ongoing critical needs.


Please consider us in your end-of-year giving plans.

Mano Amiga Annual Fund Drive

Mano Amiga Santa Catarina school has been a safe haven and source of comfort for the Guadalupe-Hernandez family since a hurricane took their home three years ago. See their story and others here. 


Our Annual Fund drive for student scholarships kicks off this month.  Our goal is to fund 150 scholarships for the 2014-15 school year. 

Please don't let these children down!  

Meet Jose, a child who works hard to help himself but still desperately seeking scholarships for him and his siblings.

Attacking Spiritual Poverty 

New Mission Corps volunteers are on hold pending funding! Please help us expand this important program to rescue our country's youth from spiritual despair. Learn more in our campaign letter here and see missionary profiles, videos and stories of hope.


Planned Giving

If you would like to leave a legacy to help us resurrect families and communities for years to come, please consider an endowment or Planned Gift dedicated to our four pillars of support.  


Call 1-800-961-8153 for more info. 

Feast of St. Francis
Pope Francis acknowledges the feast of his namesake in Assisi: calling the world to live without vanity, arrogance and pride.



Donations to Catholic World Mission alleviate suffering while bearing fruit for generations to come. We scrupulously target our efforts, supporting projects with practical applications to help people in need use their God-given talents to become the self-sufficient, dignified children of God they were created to be. Every donation, large or small, is put to the best use possible, planting seeds of hope while unveiling the face of God to the world's most needy.


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