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For we cannot keep from speaking about what we have seen and heard - 2021 Catholic Mission

Catholic Mission

In the heart of Bangkok, Sister Chalaad and her fellow Good Shepherd Sisters are reaching out to and uplifting women and children from vulnerable backgrounds to help them build a brighter future. The Good Shepherd Sisters have a mission to build partnerships that promote the dignity and human rights of all, especially women and children. In doing so, the Sisters run a variety of projects, including a Mother and Babies Home, which offers pregnant women and young mothers support, community, and training. This video shares the compelling story of Churai, who turned to the Mother and Babies Home run by Sister Chalaad, after experiencing difficulty at home. By providing a loving home, a community of women from similar backgrounds, parenting skills training and pre and postnatal medical care to women like Churai, the Good Shepherd Sisters are supporting women and their babies to help them create a better future. However, the Home can only keep supporting vulnerable women and their babies through the generosity of people like you. Please partner with us to support this lifegiving work in Thailand, along with many other Churchrun mission programs around the world. Donate now at catholicmission.org.au/thailand. About Catholic Mission Catholic Mission is the Australian agency of the International Pontifical Mission Societies. As the Pope's international mission agency, we respond to the call to love God and to love our neighbour by forming individuals and communities as missionary disciples of Jesus who share their faith in action and through prayer. We share in God's mission to reach out, give life by sharing our personal and financial resources to: proclaim the Gospel, serve people in need and act for peace, justice and creation in partnership with local churches so that all may have life in Christ. Catholic Mission operates in over 160 countries to support initiatives in 1,100 dioceses, including remote Australia. Grassroots needs are identified by local Catholics, to give people the opportunity for a full, enriched life-physically and spiritually-regardless of race, stigma, religion or gender. Name and images altered to protect identity

For we cannot keep from speaking about what we have seen and heard - 2021 Catholic Mission

For we cannot keep from speaking about what we have seen and heard - 2021 Catholic Mission
For we cannot keep from speaking about what we have seen and heard - 2021 Catholic Mission

Catholic Mission

In the heart of Bangkok, Sister Chalaad and her fellow Good Shepherd Sisters are reaching out to and uplifting women and children from vulnerable backgrounds to help them build a brighter future. The Good Shepherd Sisters have a mission to build partnerships that promote the dignity and human rights of all, especially women and children. In doing so, the Sisters run a variety of projects, including a Mother and Babies Home, which offers pregnant women and young mothers support, community, and training. This video shares the compelling story of Churai, who turned to the Mother and Babies Home run by Sister Chalaad, after experiencing difficulty at home. By providing a loving home, a community of women from similar backgrounds, parenting skills training and pre and postnatal medical care to women like Churai, the Good Shepherd Sisters are supporting women and their babies to help them create a better future. However, the Home can only keep supporting vulnerable women and their babies through the generosity of people like you. Please partner with us to support this lifegiving work in Thailand, along with many other Churchrun mission programs around the world. Donate now at catholicmission.org.au/thailand. About Catholic Mission Catholic Mission is the Australian agency of the International Pontifical Mission Societies. As the Pope's international mission agency, we respond to the call to love God and to love our neighbour by forming individuals and communities as missionary disciples of Jesus who share their faith in action and through prayer. We share in God's mission to reach out, give life by sharing our personal and financial resources to: proclaim the Gospel, serve people in need and act for peace, justice and creation in partnership with local churches so that all may have life in Christ. Catholic Mission operates in over 160 countries to support initiatives in 1,100 dioceses, including remote Australia. Grassroots needs are identified by local Catholics, to give people the opportunity for a full, enriched life-physically and spiritually-regardless of race, stigma, religion or gender. Name and images altered to protect identity