Will you enable a missionary priest or sister to carry the love, care and compassion of Christ to those of our brothers and sisters in dire distress and in urgent need of help?
Your gift will mean a chance of health and happiness, perhaps even the difference between life and death. Please help The Little Way Association to respond to the hundreds of requests received each week from bishops, priests and sisters all around the world appealing for help on behalf of their suffering people by donating whatever you can. Every penny you send will be gratefully received.
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Mass is offered daily for all our supporters’ intentions. Thank you so much for your prayers and your continued practical support.
Fr. Andrew Lukhale, a Consolata Father in the Congo, writes: "We have only one nurse attending to more than 10,000 people and I am grateful for the help you gave ...
No family can flourish without a proper home, yet millions live in shanty towns, or makeshift huts made of cardboard boxes and plastic sheeting. Many people are homeless. ...
children - South
Digging Wells - India
Drought and food
shortage - Tanzania
Homes for poor
Feeding programme and
dispensary - Congo
LITTLE WAY EMERGENCY APPEAL FOR UKRAINE
Please help the Little Way support the church in Ukraine and, thus, give vital assistance to the country’s beleaguered people. Millions of families have been displaced in their own country and over two million have sought refuge by crossing international borders. A bishop in south-western Ukraine, whose identity we must protect, has written that his diocese has already taken some 300 displaced women and children into their seminary, youth centre and retreat house. These refugees all need food, clothing and hygiene products. The diocese is also providing free medical examinations. Another 100 refugees are in a church school and the bishop writes: “The refugees sleep in the classrooms. We have provided mattresses, blankets, etc., we prepare the food in the kitchen and the refugees get three meals in the dining room. In the basement there are 10 shower cabins. People are very grateful.” He adds: “We collect food in our parishes of our diocese - some food we keep for refugees in our archdiocese and some food we send to the [Russian occupied] east of Ukraine.” The bishop sends his blessing on all who would help him.
Iryna Havryshkevych, head of projects for the Ukrainian Greek Catholic church, writes: "I am very grateful for all your prayers for Ukraine and for your initiative to support us in these difficult times. The war in Ukraine affected foremost the priests and religious serving in the eastern territories of Ukraine. Many priests and religious stay at the frontline with their parishioners (for today - estimated 110 priests and 70 religious). We are searching for the funds to support them. Would The Little Way Association be able to provide emergency existence aid for them?"
Please give what you can for the families, clergy and religious of this war-torn country. Every penny you send will be gratefully received and sent without deduction to help the suffering people of Ukraine.
Please join us in praying the rosary for peace in the Ukraine and for her afflicted people.
LITTLE WAY TURKEY-SYRIA EARTHQUAKE APPEAL
Funds are urgently needed to provide food, water, hygiene kits, blankets, shelter, medical aid, treatment and hospitalization for thousands of traumatized victims in Syria and Turkey.
AVSI, an Italian Catholic Foundation working on the ground in Aleppo, have contacted The Little Way Association requesting funds to help lessen the suffering of many people so terribly damaged by the earthquake in the Aleppo region. They are assisting 90 families with children in a centre of the Ministry of Education with blankets, hats and socks for babies and children, and food for everyone. Also, many hygiene items and hot drinks to combat the bitter cold.
Cardinal Mario Zenari, Apostolic Nuncio to Syria, has written to The Little Way Association supporting the work of AVSI in Syria and said “I thank you for what you will be able to do to help the Syrian population in these very uncertain times.
THE NEEDS NOW ARE IMMENSE
Please give what you can and remember the suffering people in your prayers
Thank you and may God reward your generosity.
The Little Way Association has sent a substantial sum for the relief of the suffering victims in Syria.
PAKISTAN FLOODS APPEAL
Flood-hit victims urgently need our help
Bishop Khalid Remat, of the Apostolic Vicariate of Quetta, is urgently asking for our help for 3,600 of those in great need as a result of the very heavy monsoon rains. He writes to The Little Way Association: "Those whose homes were damaged or destroyed need above all food and clean water. Polluted water is likely to cause, especially to children and pregnant women, pneumonia, diarrhoea, dengue fever, on top of the malnutrition they are enduring.
"Our project, upon which ten volunteers and ten members of staff will work free of charge, will aid flood victims in the districts of Sibi, Loralai and Pashin. With your help 600 families will be provided with food items such as wheat flour, cooking oil, sugar, tea, pulses, rice and milk packs. The families will be given drinking water, high energy biscuits, hygiene kits, soap and washing powder.”
Please will you send a donation today to help some of Bishop Khalid’s people
The situation is desperate. Your gift will be forwarded WITHOUT DEDUCTION to Bishop Khalid to provide food, and basic essentials to help the flood victims to overcome their sorrow and hardship. Please give whatever you can. Thank you.