Sierra Leone: “The Government Failed to Understand the Importance of Mass”

In Sierra Leone, doctors and scientists who dealt with the onset of the current COVID-19 pandemic adapted measures used during the Ebola epidemic to prevent a repeat of the tragedy that killed 3,590 people between 2014 and 2016, traumatizing the country. During a visit to the international headquarters of the Aid to the Church in […]

ACN Success Story—Sierra Leone

Mass Offerings for 40 priests The people of Sierra Leone have traversed a great deal of suffering recently. The consequences of a bloodying civil war which raged from 1991 to 2002 are still evident. The horror claimed innumerable human lives and devastated large portions of the country’s infrastructure in its wake. The country’s economy was […]

ACN’s Project of the Week ! – Sierra Leone: teaching materials

Sierra Leone Teaching materials for the minor seminary in the diocese of Makeni   Sierra Leone is still struggling to emerge from its state of near-permanent crisis. The consequences of the terrible civil war, from 1991 to 2002, are still all too painfully evident to this day. During this civil war, approximately half the population […]