Love is a fundamental value of the Church. For love of their community, religious men and women create a common front with representatives of other religious communities, to guide people on the path of dialogue.
To learn more: “ Nurturing Peace and Respect ” and “ Playing to Kill the War”
The Church occupies an important place in the daily life of our African brothers and sisters. Often, religious men and women take on the roles of teachers, nurses, psychologists… But who takes care of them?
Significant physical injuries are concrete and visible, contrary to the wounds of the soul. However, the latter are sometimes more significant. Religious men and women are committed to alleviating the suffering associated with these traumas.
To learn more: “ Healing Traumas “ and “ Africa: Lux Terra ”
Religious men and women supported by Aid to the Church in Need are, like the population they serve, affected by persecution and/or poverty. To enable them to do their jobs to the best of their ability, they need tools and sometimes, they need to withdraw themselves.
To learn more: “Healers at the Heart of Conflicts” and “Waves of Love and Support for Faith!”