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September Appeal

"We never know the worth of water till the well is dry."

The above quote is from Thomas Fuller, who lived in 18th century England, where he practiced medicine. Besides being a doctor, Fuller was also a preacher, calling on men and women to see beyond flesh and blood to their true essence as spiritual beings. Because of his experience with both the physical and spiritual sides of humanity, Fuller became most well known for his wisdom - and when he spoke about the nature of who we are, he used water for comparison.

So what Fuller was saying is that we really don't know how valuable we are until we stop being the loving beings God created us to be.

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August Appeal

Help Build a Poultry Farm

Quite often, those who remind us of the good that exists in the world are children and young people. Despite their own difficulties, young people like Anne Frank - the Dutch girl who died more than 70 years ago in a concentration camp - help us to see the opportunity for good. "Hunger is not a problem; it is an obscenity," Anne wrote as she and her family went without food. But she continued to still be able to see the good in humanity: “how wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

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July Appeal

Give A Bed to a Child in Need

      There is so much discussion today -- especially here in the United States -- about the value, quality and necessity of education. Some people argue that education is necessary for better paying jobs. Others say that it is key to living a higher quality of life. And while some of these arguments may be true, the fact is that in some parts of the world, education is a requirement for basic human survival. Quite simply, without it, some people will die.

      Nowhere is that more true than in societies where education about life-threatening diseases is critical. For example, throughout many parts of the African continent, children and young adults need to know what they can and cannot do in order to survive. They must be taught that if they are out walking a long distance -- and the only water available to them is the water in a nearby stream or creek -- that water must be treated before it can be consumed. If it isn’t treated or purified, drinking that water could kill them.

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Your support makes the difference to Blessed Damian School
Blessed Damian School

Your support helps build dormitory for 150 students! Young mother feeds her child with help from the Missionaries of Africa


If your child asks for bread--will you give them a stone?

When our Lord Jesus spoke these words, He was offering His followers a message of hope . . . telling them that God the Father will care for them as we human beings care for our own children. Now -- as I write this letter to you -- I am hoping we will care for our children as well as God intended us to. Please read on and I will try to explain.

A few days ago, I received a letter from Fr. Bill Moroney -- one of our Missionary of Africa priests now working in Nairobi, Kenya, in East Africa. . . Read More>>


Men building well in Tanzania

MOA helps drill water wells in Tanzania

Water can be gathered, or as some would say ‘harvested’, from below by digging or drilling boreholes to pump it up. It can also be harvested from above in those places where the groundwater would be too deep or maybe hardly existing.

Mbeya, in the East African country Tanzania is one of the many places where one often collects it from above, by harvesting the rains of the rainy seasons. Read More>>


MOA helps rebuild St. Stephen school in SudanIn Khartoum, MOA Helps Rebuild School

"Dear Father John,

I come to you with the gratitude of the people in St. Stephen Parish for your constant support in our time of need.

In August, after the accidental death of Dr. John Garang, Vice President of the Sudan, sad incidents happened, leading to killings and destruction. Our school in Shigla was burnt ..." Read More>>



AFRICA, A Natural Treasure

Africa is a land of incredible beauty, natural treasure and unparalleled discovery! Its people - of nearly 60 nations throughout the Continent - are among some of the most diverse cultures and societies in all the world! But in the midst of this land of rich heritage and facsinating beauty - the lives of African people are being torn apart by war, poverty, hunger, disease and oftentimes despair . . .

Our Mission: Preach, Teach, Heal and Build

For more than 130 years, the Missionaries of Africa - a Catholic society of religious men - have been reaching out to men, women and children throughout Africa to preach, teach, heal, and build. Your support will help our missionaries continue their life saving work among those suffering from the tragedy that has gripped the people of this vast continent!

We invite you to learn more about our mission, our immense and ever-growing accomplishments, and the tragic challenges that torment the peoples of this great continent.


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