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UPDATE MARCH 2020


As the content of this update shows, we have continued to receive amazing blessings over the past few months, some coming in strange disguises. We have also experienced nothing short of an amazing miracle, in regard to our Moise, who survived a most brutal attack on Christmas day. Let us not be people who “see but do not see,” but rather, people who see, perceive and appreciate the amazing works of God in our lives and in our Mercy work. In Springs of Carmel 2020 (pg 109), we read that our lives are “programmed for holiness” and that “we need to learn and adopt the etiquette of God“. This puts a very different perspective on everything. The Lord works marvels for us, holy is his name. 

Diana Beamish   



Praying Together
After our New Year’s Mass in January we were privileged to have 2 more Masses in this half year, on the 21st March, and
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Support For Small Businesses
It was a great joy for us to be able to obtain from a donor some funding to assist two
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Weekend Get-Away Again
We are hoping to have another weekend get-away for spiritual enrichment and fun at the Comboni Mission, Maria Trost in
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GET TO KNOW US: MEET MAMA BERTHILD
The accompanying photo shows our Ma B, as we call her, in her garden, holding her hoe. She is accompanied by
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MEET OUR PEOPLE
Velderine, Grace, Ildevert, Princess and Manasse Mienanzambie were born in Congo.  Their father worked for the army and they lived
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Seize The Day
     
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Zeng, Our Pride & Joy
Zeng came to us in 2011 when he was doing grade 9. In grade 10 we managed to get him into
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Father Jeremias Came On A Visit
Since our beloved Father Jeremias was transferred in 2016 to work in the General Council in Rome, he has travelled
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Farewell To Our Beloved And Most Treasured Princess
Princess was brought to us as a 4-week-old puppy by our Angolan orphan boy in 2004. See photo below. We
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Education Project 2018
We were very blessed in late 2016 to receive money from Germany for education to support a large number of
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