The scriptures tell us that Jesus was a champion of the poor. He embraced and healed the sick. He challenged the unjust religious and political systems of his time, which enriched the powerful at the expense of the common people.
Priests and nuns on the Zulu Missions also work tirelessly to ease the suffering of the poor, and stand up for social justice.
And they depend on support from people like you to bring hope where there is despair, and comfort where there is suffering.
Your gift to the Zulu Missions ensures that the message we take from Easter – the message of faith, hope and love – prevails and continues throughout the year.
Beatification of Benedict Daswa The celebration of the beatification of the Venerable Servant of God Benedict Daswa will take place on 13 September 2015 at Thohoyandou Stadium [more...]
Mission Patron, Tony, travelled from the UK to Africa to see his generosity at work I have never before swung and swayed so much at a celebration of Mass – it was fantastic and the singing was out of this world. [more...]
The training side of Kwa Thintwa school for the deaf Providing a sound education for hearing-disabled children is only one side of what happens at Kwa Thintwa [more...]
The warmth of your caring presence is part of Mater Populi When you were asked to help Sibongile Shezi improve facilities at the Mater Populi hospice that she runs, Mission Patrons like you opened their hearts. [more...]