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India in the Grip of Covid

India in the Grip of Covid: “It is only our faith that keeps us going.”  India is all over the news these days. The pandemic, which is a threat to people worldwide, has delivered a particularly hard blow to the country. ACN is actively supporting the local Church. The charity has funded around 27 projects (worth over $555,000) to support priests […]

Project of the Week – Protecting Priests and Religious with PPE Against Covid-19 in Zambia

Priests and religious Sisters in Zambia need our help. You see, the pandemic in this country has been spreading rapidly and with the cold season’s arrival in April – the fear of further spread is imminent. ACN Benefactors have already been able to help with personal protective equipment (PPE) for 1,486 of these devoted souls. Now, with your help, we need to raise more for another 538 in the dioceses of Chipata, Kawe and Kasama. Learn more and share – our Project of the Week!

South Sudan: Wounded Priest in Rumbek an Example of Commitment

Provincial of Juba: “The charism of the Comboni Missionaries is to be in the front line and serve those most vulnerable even in situations of danger.”

Dozens of priests are dying of COVID-19 in Latin America

The Catholic Church in Latin America has not been spared the scourge of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020 and in the first quarter of 2021, dozens of priests in a number of countries such as Venezuela, Mexico, Peru, Columbia and Bolivia have died after contracting COVID-19 while carrying out their pastoral work assisting the faithful and supporting them as they deal with fear and pain.

Project of the Week: Subsistence Aid for Religious Sisters in Cuba

The Archbishop of Santiago, Cuba, holds the work of the missionary Sisters in his diocese in the highest regard. Because of the poverty in his diocese, he has turned to ACN to help them. Learn how you can help!

Haiti: The Tragedy of Life in Haiti

ACN in solidarity with the Catholic Church Latest: Three of the seven religious kidnapped on Sunday, April 11 were released on Thursday, April 22. This is excellent news, but it does not prevent the country from remaining under the pressure of potential kidnappings that are now part of the daily life of Haitians. This is […]