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Grateful to God for the people sent to us

By Sr Elsa Joseph MSMHC

Hope House had many clients with cancer of various types associated with HIV. Regular health talks are being given to the clients, caregivers and family members to make aware of the need of care, support & treatment.

Tex Ray Company Matsapha donated blankets, clothes and mealiemeal for all the clients who are happy as they are able to keep themselves warm in this winter season. They assured us of their continuous assistance.

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The Catholic Church in Swaziland stands together #With Refugees

Members of the Swaziland Council of Catholic Women presenting gift packs to heads of households at Malindza Refugee reception centre at the end of the World Refugee Day commemoration ceremony.

By Princess Fakudze

In a world where millions of people continue to be displaced by situations of political violence, war and persecution on the grounds of race, religion and political affiliation there is an increasing need for countries to receive, protect and integrate asylum seekers and refugees. Swaziland is home to about 2 000 refugees and Caritas as a social arm of the Catholic Church is in a partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the government of the Kingdom of Swaziland to protect refugees in the country.

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By Sr Elsa Joseph

Hope House continues to enjoy the collaborations and fellowship with various churches and companies.

The Universal Church together with their Bishop provided food hampers for all the patients and staff, and prayed with the clients and shared the Word of God.

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Human trafficking a transnational challenge

 

By Bill Kelly

Most of us do not have much to say, but we do have much to learn above all about the universality of this dreadful circle of exploitation and how the Church is involved in combatting it. A study of the subject reveals an urgent need to tackle such a vast pervasive evil which is transnational in nature and which requires the sharing of information. It is a crime that shames us all.

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