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Front Page – Catholic Mission Oct 22, 2021

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week Catholic Mission will share the story of Churai*.


Abandoned by her partner when she learned she was pregnant, Churai was unsure as to how she would care for her baby as she had little money and nowhere to turn, until a friend connected her with the Good Shepherd Sisters. Now seven months pregnant, Churai* is living at the Mother and Babies Home run by Sr Chalaad, and is receiving nutritious food, medical care and parental skills training. The Home is designed to lend a helping hand to mothers like Churai*, to help them build a brighter future for themselves and their babies. Your support today means that Sr Chalaad can continue to reach out to more vulnerable mothers and their babies, as the Home relies on the generosity of people like you.


Without this program, many vulnerable mothers like Churai* will have nowhere to turn when they need love and care the most.


In this World Mission Day message for 2021, Pope Francis has invited us to respond to what we have seen and heard – to carry those stories, like Churai’s, in our hearts –
calling us to each be missionary disciples by sharing and supporting vital work like this.


You can help support the essential work of the Good Shepherd Sisters in Thailand as they reach out to vulnerable mothers and their babies in their time of greatest need.


The Mother and Babies Home at the Good Shepherd Sisters Centre in the heart of Bangkok offers mothers like Churai* the opportunity to prepare for their new babies in a safe environment. The women that come through the Home are welcomed with love and support not only from the Sisters, but from the community of mothers also living at the home. The Home gives these mothers a sense of belonging, practical support through parental skills training, pre- and post-natal medical care, and provides them with nutritious food and supplies.


Notwithstanding this great work, Sr Chalaad needs your support today to continue providing this life-changing care for vulnerable mothers like Churai*, and her baby.


Please give generously today to help continue this life-giving program by using the appeal envelope, going online at or
by texting ’GIVE’ to 0488 854 436. Your gift will also help many other similar Church-run mission programs around the world.


Will you take action and make a difference today?


Your tax-deductible gift, can help purchase nutritious meals, essential supplies and
contributes toward the costs of medical care for mothers and babies at the Home, as well as similar mission projects around the world. Should you not require a tax-receipt,
your gift can support all these programs, as well as programs supporting seminarians, novices and catechists.

*Name and images altered to protect identity

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