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Providing Life-Saving Care For God’s Children

Back home on the indigenous reserve, this little girl would suffer without any medical care at the risk of her life. Casa San Francisco provides all the necessities for these long-term occupants in a safe place where they can learn, grow, and heal surrounded by their families and the selfless missionaries dedicating their lives to this charitable work.

Re-Building Lives After Disaster

The citizens of Kerala are still working to recover from the aftermath of the most devastating flood the state has experienced in almost a century. The flooding triggered landslides, collapsed buildings and bridges, trapped entire families inside their demolished homes, and damaged over 6,200 miles of roads. More than one million people have been displaced by the flooding, many seeking shelter in relief camps, and an estimated 445 have died.


A Safe Haven For Families

Over 400 mothers and children pass through St. Francis Emmaus Center every year. They arrive at the hostel with the guarantee of safety, compassion, nutritious meals, and the best healthcare in the region.

Intense Flooding Hits Southern India

There are many difficulties that come along with running a school and helping the needy, but there are always additional struggles that no one can predict. Earlier this month, heavy flooding hit Trivandrum (the capital of Kerala, a southern Indian state) and forced the school at GPLSI to close.


A Celebration of Motherhood

St. Bryce Missions care for and encourage mothers from all walks of life. They don’t believe that these women ‘just shouldn’t have children’ because they may need help along the way; instead, they provide assistance for these families wherever they need it, and celebrate every single child as a gift from God.


Back To School!

School starts up again at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary on September 8th, but it isn’t the hustle and bustle usually associated with ‘back to school’ days. The first week or so consists of Recollection, silence, conferences, a five-day retreat for the first year students, and Manualia (manual labor) for the older seminarians. It’s only after all of these things are completed that classes may begin.

God’s Precious Little Souls Reconstruction Project

Jorb and Clara, two of the children at God’s Precious Little Souls in India, recently and unexpectedly lost their family home. Reconstruction has been taken over as part of the GPLAIINDIA rebuilding plans, and funds are being raised to help the project reach completion.

Thailand Refugee Program Update 7/21/18

Mrs. Pervaiz always complies with our requests to send us proof of her purchases in the form of rent receipts, pictures of their grocery trips, etc. This guarantees that we know how the money we send is being spent, and you can rest assured that your charitable donations are being used only for things necessary to the family’s survival.        


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