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October is Mission Month ...

... and we call on all Catholics around the world to support our work among the Zulu people in South Africa.

donateDonations to the Zulu Missions mean hope and healing for the sick and elderly – especially those affected by HIV and AIDS. Not to mention those battling to survive because of poverty and unemployment.

Other donations are channeled into soup kitchens and food parcels, so that impoverished people may not go to bed hungry tonight.

You help provide a safe haven for orphaned and abandoned children in homes run by the Archdiocese. And you help pay for education that enables mission children to escape the cycle of poverty and despair.

Above all, you make it possible for us to bring people closer to God ... to lead them to the kind of encounter with Jesus that will transform their lives.

Please use this website to join our family of mission friends - or to renew your support now if you are already part of our family.

In far flung rural areas, the Mission station is a beacon of hope and stability. Your gift will keep God's light of love and care burning bright in places like these.

And if you would like prayers for your special intentions to be included in our special mass for Mission friends, please click here.

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