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The Society for the Propagation of Faith

I was hungry and you fed me…
In Cambodia, Chann lives in an orphanage. His parents died when he was an infant. The Sisters who care for him make sure that he not only gets a nutritious meal every day but also learns the Catholic faith—including how to say the rosary. As he grows, Chann will learn that the red beads on the World Mission Rosary he holds symbolize the Americas, which is home to the donors who sacrifice the most to The Society for the Propagation of the Faith.

…a stranger and you welcomed me…
The lives of these abandoned teenagers would be very different without Sister Flora, OLGC, a missionary in Uganda, who took them in. Thanks to support from donors to The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Sister provides shelter, food, and vocational training. They currently make uniforms for local schools, like the ones they are wearing, for local schools. These young women have a future as seamstresses!


…thirsty and you gave me a drink.
Francisco just finished breakfast at a day care center in Ecuador run by Divine Word Missionaries. He will spend the day in a safe, nurturing environment while his parents work – often twelve-hour days. Without sustaining support from the Propagation of the Faith, he may have been left at home, or worse, on the streets to fend for himself. Your gift helps to                                                             keep children safe.