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A priest leads a catechesis class in his parish in India

A priest leads a catechesis class in his parish in India

Aid to the Church in Need supports important projects which are undertaken by the local Church – bishops, priests, Sisters and lay people – in the 130-plus countries where we give aid.

From building churches to providing copies of our Child's Bible, our projects range from big to small and cover a whole range of ideas – including some very unusual ones! – to help nurture the faith of persecuted and suffering Christians.

These pages give a flavour of some of the most common types of project we support.

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Bishop Andrew Francis distributes medical aid in Pakistan after the August 2010 floods

Distributing emergency aid

We work with local bishops to offer emergency aid when it is most needed.

A young Ukrainian girl in traditional dress proudly shows off her Child

Providing Child's Bibles

We have distributed more than 50 million copies in over 170 languages!

Transport for priests, Sisters and catechists

You are helping priests, Sisters and catechists serve their scattered flocks.

A catechesis class at a Greek Catholic Church in Mughar, Israel

Teaching the Faith

You are keeping the Faith alive by helping teach people about Christianity.

A priest distributes Holy Communion during outdoor Mass at the

Providing Mass stipends and subsistence aid

Priests and Sisters rely on help for their day-to-day existence.

Archbishop Georges Casmoussa during a radio interview in Qaraqosh, Iraq

Spreading the Faith

We help run Christian TV and radio stations to help bring the Word of God to remote areas.



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Building churches - Catechesis - Child's Bible - Emergency aid - Grants - Mass stipends - Media evangelisation - Pastoral aid - Scholarships - Subsistence aid - Theological formation - Transport