ANCOP Canada has been working closely with the local churches in India. Because of this close relations, the mission touches on the spirituality through the Eucharist and values formation, and shares the CFC culture to the 200 plus sponsored children. Ricky Cuenca blogs on his experience.
Fr. James Kairu has high hopes that soon ANCOP will grow and impact the lives of the many poor in Kenya, the country where he was born and grew up.
It was not the first time that students and teachers from Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) went to the Philippines for immersion and to participate in the build of ANCOP houses for families in need. The first group to embark on this same mission was in 2011.
Lilian Waithira Ikuro had a dream of a children’s home where vulnerable, disadvantaged little souls would be cared for, loved and nurtured to be independent and fully functional members of society. This was 2003. Today, this is not a dream anymore as Lilian and The Nazareth House have become a haven to young people, mainly orphans, who are in dire need of home and support to go on with life.
Partners, donors, sponsors, and volunteers of ANCOP were honored for their support during the Appreciation Night organized by CFC ANCOP Regina.
100 houses were built in St. Ambrose Village in Bato, Leyte central Philippines. How this came about was a great wonder as accounts of selflessness, inspiration, and generosity made known the contributions of people to this shelter community.
Fr. Anthony Ho of Precious Blood Parish in Surrey rallies his prayer groups to do something concrete for the poor by raising funds to build ANCOP houses Fr. Anthony Ho (third from left) with Anita Aytona (far right) and Christine and Bob Patrie of Precious Blood Parish The inspiration came during the group’s Marian pilgrimage …
Thirty-two ANCOP scholars graduated from Santander National High School, 9 awarded for academic excellence and various achievements. We the Sisters of Mary of Queen of Heaven Missionaries in Cebu, Philippines are proud that they had been under our care. March 28, 2015 was the most awaited day for our thirty-two ANCOP scholars who finally marched …
This month we are featuring a ten-year-old lovely girl who despite growing up in hardship because of poverty has remained delightful, intelligent, loving and pure-hearted.
My name is Rev. Fr. Peter Gishure, parish priest of St. Therese Parish located at Mois Bridge, Eldoret, Kenya. Four years ago, I established a home called St. Anne Matunda Home.