"Feed the hungry, and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness ...) -Is. 58:10
Orphanage Project | Seminarian Project
The Missionary Daughters of Mater Ecclesiae
THE ORPHANAGE PROJECT
The Missionary Daughters do a beautiful yet back-breaking work for children who truly are the poorest of the poor. Suffering from physical and mental handicaps, they are the little ones who fall through the cracks of a struggling society. Forgotten, abused or abandoned, most of the children are picked up on the streets and brought to the sisters by the local government authorities. They have no one to care for them and no way to care for themselves. The sisters work tirelessly under harsh conditions to give the children the basic necessities of life. There are no television sets or computer games. There are no toys or books or teddy bears.
But they are loved by these sisters and given a good home. They are cared for with heroic patience and tireless work. These children are blessed to have found a home with these sisters.
However, love doesn't feed them or pay the bills. The sisters do all the hard work but they need the support and assistance of those who have the resources to help.
Caring for Joseph
The Family Apostolate
The Great Commission
"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age. —Matthew 28:18–20
God is still actively calling men to Himself through the ordained priesthood. There isn't a shortage of vocations, only a shortage of means to achieving it.
The Seminarian Project is a program that assists Nigerian seminarians who can't afford their seminary expenses.
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Audio Interview with
Luke Koski, a seminarian of the Archdiocese of Baltimore stationed at Christ the King in Glen Burnie for his pastoral year, shares his call to the priesthood and talks about Quo Vadis, an upcoming vocations camp for high school boys.
Family Apostolate Magazine
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