Catholic World Mission is pleased to introduce "the Harvest" --a gathering of things planted and a time of reaping in joy about what has been produced. We hope our information will be helpful to all those seeking God and we pray that you find HIM in all HIS glory!
Preparing today's children to be tomorrow's leaders -
AFD success stories
Families are engaged and communities transformed as Mano Amiga schools address the academic, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of families. Students go on to higher education, technical schools, and universities; enabling them to give back later in life. Even parents are helped by having the opportunity for literacy and parenting classes.

A new job for Mom, school for him and his siblings, and a new brighter future. Mão Amiga Brazil is a life-saver for William and his family.

Give the gift of education to others like William 
Through the construction of a covered canteen, Catholic World Mission donors have given the gift of safety and shelter to the children of Ghana!
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Our partners in the Mission to Magadan are saving babies by continuing to help more and more expectant mothers receive the support they need to heroically choose life in difficult situations. This mission gives help, hope, and healing to all who come to their door!   
Keeping the Mission Alive in Kenya:
  Nine Missionary brothers struggled to feed and educate the community while sharing the poverty of the homeless and the hungry.

Today they feed up to 200 people per day, educate 120 children in full time school and more! 
A Monstrance in Every Diocese
Catholic World Mission is promoting Eucharistic Adoration in every Diocese in Ghana!  

13 are funded, 8 more to go
(with 1 Monstrance going to Haiti).
Thank You!  
"He scatters abroad, he gives to the poor, his righteousness endures forever" (2 Cor 9:9)  

Our Annual Fund Drive to raise sponsorship support is at the half way point. The Mano Amiga schools have been bringing hope to poor families willing to help themselves for nearly 50 years. We pray you can renew your life-changing gift of this Catholic education once again.

Please don't forget to send us your prayer intentions. It is our privilege and a blessing to pray for your intentions. God bless.

 Sincerely in Christ,
Deacon Rick Medina, Executive Director

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November 2015 
Weekly Intentions
CWM Prayer Intentions
We consider it a privilege and a blessing to pray for your intentions. Please send them today!