ChildWithRice2Countless missionaries throughout the world ask The Little Way Association for help to feed, clothe and house deprived children.  They tell us of orphaned children left alone with no one to love or care for them, and of street children, totally abandoned, hungry and homeless, experiencing much anguish and hardship during their most tender years.  Many of these children’s future depends upon whether a missionary can find sufficient funds to care for them.   

Could you save the life of one child by  giving alms this Lent?

Your Lenten gift will enable a missionary priest or sister to carry the love, care and compassion of Christ to a deprived, abandoned or orphaned child.


    The three pillars of Lent are prayer, fasting and almsgiving

The Catechism says:  “Giving alms to the poor is a witness to fraternal charity:  it is also a work of justice pleasing to God.”SystersHelp1The Little Way Association uses the world’s network of missionaries to help those in the direst need.  Priests, Sisters and Brothers work in some of the world’s poorest areas and in political trouble-spots.                                           

Our policy is never to deduct anything from donations earmarked for the relief of poverty or for missionary work.leftup

In Lent, we can serve Christ and help the destitute with our almsgiving

Please help a deprived, abandoned or orphaned child

    Scan 14St Therese of Lisieux wrote to her sister Celine:
        ”Jesus wills that we  give alms to Him as to one poor and needy.  He puts Himself, as it were, at our mercy. He will take nothing but what we give Him from our heart.  The very least trifle is precious in His sight.
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