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Project of the Week in Peru and Bolivia

Peru and Bolivia Support for religious sisters caring for the poor and elderly The congregation of the “Hermanitas de los Ancianos Desamparados” (“Little Sisters of the Helpless Elderly”) was founded in Spain in 1873 to help poor, helpless and abandoned elderly people who had no one else to care for them. Today the congregation has no […]

ACN Project of the Week for Contemplative Carmelites in Bolivia

  Bolivia Success Story: renovation of the Carmelite convent in Reyes The Carmelite convent in the small town of Reyes, in northwest Bolivia, was founded in 1979 by eight Spanish Carmelite Sisters. The bishop at the time would never have dared hope that one day a congregation of contemplative nuns would settle here, in this […]

Bolivia – Thanks for the Bibles

By ACN International Adapted by AB Griffin, ACN Canada Bolivia is regarded as the poorest country of Latin America, and two thirds of its almost 11 million inhabitants, the majority of indigenous descent, currently live in poverty – many, 40%, live in extreme poverty. Poverty is not the only problem that plagues these people for […]

Bolivia – Support for the life and ministry of the “Hermanas Marianitas”

  The following series of texts has the objective of introducing you to the many kinds of aid needed by various organizations, parishes or Catholic communities throughout the world.  We invite you to travel with us to every  continent, that you may see how very important your support is.   Enjoy the read !   By […]