The Foundation of the Holy See "Aid to the Church in Need" has launched two advertising campaigns under the slogan: "Christians have fled Mosul. They need your help urgently.
We have promised the archbishop of Mosul, Mgr. Dhimon Amel Nona, 100,000 Euros to aid 1,000 Christian families who have fled their homes for the jihadists attacks and have been welcomed into the Church of Nineveh. We must not leave them alone." Another message said: "Emergency aid from persecution in Iraq.
They have nothing left, no house, no financial resources after years of sacrifices. But they fear above all that this situation lasts long time "donations can be entered in the current accounts: Popular: ES12 0075 0080 17 0601667548 and La Caixa: ES21 2100 2415 42 0200140293.
Father Werenfried, the founder, wanted "Aid to the Church in Need" to be the voice of the voiceless, the more suffering, the needy, the persecuted, and martyrs.
An exhibition was born from the need to sensitize the public and media on a reality often ignored: it is now estimated that more than 200 million Christians are suffering for their faith, with many who are suffering violence and even martyrdom. 150 million suffer other forms of oppression and discrimination and restriction of religious practice.
Through a tour of various countries, the exhibition aims to show this reality not so far away and yet unknown. In it we see how the Catholic Church reaches the smallest members of their own church and how faith and hope help them not kowtowing to the difficulties. As a missionary said, "despite everything, they do not wrinkle." The blood of martyrs is the seed of Christians.
"Aid to the Church in Need" has a library of images that is the result of the trips the Foundation is doing to countries where the Catholic Church suffers more, in order to broadcast what is happening there and help pastoral and economically . One way to support the Foundation of the Holy See "Aid to the Church in Need" is to visit these exhibitions now traveling throughout Spain.
email@example.com Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer has led a distinguished career in Spain in the fields of advertising and public relations. He is currently President of the European Institute of Marketing.
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