Construction was recently completed on two homes for families in Honduras in dire need. With ongoing challenges caused by two recent tropical storms, increasing crime and corruption and the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to build more homes for vulnerable families is urgent.
Our mission in Mecca serves impoverished farmworkers and migrant families, many of whom live in rundown trailers and struggle to put food on the table. Parents sometimes skip meals so their children can eat. This is unacceptable. Please give today so that we can provide food for children, families and seniors in need.
Paredon, Haiti, is home to our mission and school, Our Lady of Altagrace. The children in the community need and deserve a solid education. The 260 children we serve live in poverty. Most cannot afford tuition, but obtaining an education is what will help them come out of poverty in early adulthood. Our school provides both a liberal arts base as well as more technical/ skills based education to help the children find a usable trade.
The Food Pantry at the St. James Mission in Chicago supplies groceries to those in need. It is especially important to care for those who are homebound, elderly, disabled, or otherwise unable to work. Not only do we meet the needs of the poor through the food pantry, we also foster community relationships and strengthen the resolve of those we serve by building friendships.
Our Lady of Soledad Mission in Coachella is the spiritual home of many poor migrants. They depend on us for material and spiritual support and we depend on your generosity to provide the care they need. Please give today so that our brothers and sisters in Christ can enjoy a life in the United States worthy of their dignity.
Provide Medical Help for Our Elderly Priests and Brothers
Our elderly priests and Brothers deserve the same selfless care they’ve shown to the poor their entire lives. They depend on your support to cover their healthcare, food and other expenses. Your gift will give them greater financial security, so that they can spend their final years in prayer and service.
Provide Medical Supplies For Mission Medical Clinics
Our Mission Medical Clinics can be found in some of the poorest areas of Colombia, Honduras, and Haiti. Doctors have seen over 750 patients who otherwise would have no access to medical care. Too many people on our missions die because they can’t afford medical care. In our age of advanced medicine, this is simply unacceptable. Please support our Mission Medical Clinics so that they can get urgently-needed medicine and medical equipment to the sick.
Preserving the Catholic Faith Among Native Americans
Holy Rosary Indian Mission in Tucker, Mississippi is dedicated to working with Native Americans. More than 10,000 members of the Choctaw nation live on the Holy Rosary Indian Mission and count on you and Trinity Missions to bring them hope and comfort. Our missionaries work to spiritually empower all the people, educating every member of the family and engaging them in a vibrant and welcoming practice of Christian faith.
Over 20,000 individuals are served annually as one Missionary Servant, Fr. Stan Bosch, S.T., works with the gangs in Los Angeles. He is a psychotherapist, Director of Mental Health/Personnel Development for gang intervention workers and case managers at the Soledad Enrichment Action (SEA) and the City of Los Angeles’ Gang Reduction and Youth Development Project (GRYD).
The elderly priests and Brothers who reside at the Fr. Judge Missionary Cenacle have devoted their lives to serving the poor and Holy Mother Church. These priests and Brothers are familiar with conditions such as unpaved roads and living without air conditioning, but as they age they have health concerns. We need the Body of Christ to join together and support these Missionary Servants in their golden years.
Help Our Seminarians Get the Best Theological Education
Some of our seminarians are studying at the highly acclaimed Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. This education will help them become the most effective missionaries they can be. But they need your support to cover their living expenses. Please give today so that these seminarians can put financial concerns aside and focus on study and prayer.
Fr. Francisco Gomez, S.T., runs a food bank at our mission in Coachella. He serves about 15,000 people a year, including many children who often skip meals because their families don’t have enough food. Give today so we can fight growing food insecurity and provide meals to every person in need.
The St. John XXIII Center provides food to 121 households suffering from food insecurity. Each household receives 45 pounds of food per month. Many of these families live well below the federal poverty level. We need your support to keep our pantry stocked, so that no one in need is turned away. We also anticipate more people coming in the near future.
Provide Food and Medicine for the Poor in Mississippi
Our Sacred Heart Family Center in Camden, Mississippi is a lifeline for residents in the surrounding area. Many suffer from food insecurity and inadequate healthcare and live in dilapidated homes. They depend on us for economic and spiritual aid and we depend on your generosity to meet their needs. Please give today to show the love of Christ to His children living on the margins.
Our Valley Mission Program in Coachella offers spiritual retreats throughout the year to 107 Spanish-speaking and 18 English-speaking faith communities. Many members of these communities struggle economically and spiritually and come to the retreats to find hope and healing. Please give today so that we can continue to spiritually feed those who hunger for the love of Jesus.
Help Provide Pastoral Care and Religious Education for Our Mission in California
We serve about 5,000 families in Our Lady of Soledad Parish in the Diocese of San Bernardino. Many are poor and can’t contribute much to support the parish. Please give today so that we can continue providing the best pastoral care and religious education for our people.
Help Provide Pastoral Care and Religious Education for Our Mission in Alabama
We serve St. Joseph and St. Patrick parishes In the Archdiocese of Mobile, Alabama. Many of our parishioners are poor and can’t contribute much to support the parishes. We depend on your generosity to keep the missions operational. Please give today so that we can continue providing the best pastoral care and religious education for our people.
The St. Joseph Child Development Center in Fort Mitchell, AL, serves 60 students in preschool and primary school. Many of the students come from poor households. The center is the only preschool serving the eastern part of Russell County – the next closest one is 38 miles away. Your gift ensures that children from poor families get the education they need to open the door to a better future.