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Donations

Thank you for your interest in making a donation to support the work of China Church Solidarity (CCS). 

 

CCS is currently leading efforts in Britain to raise US$1 million to support the building of a new nursing and care home for the elderly at St. Augustine's monastery in Lintou, in the Shan Xi Province of China. This appeal features in the May/June issue of the 'Far East', the magazine of the Columban Missionaries in Britain (Columban Fathers, registered charity no. 221594). 

 

St. Augustine's monastery was the first new Catholic monastery in China for 65 years when it was opened on the 1st May 2014, the feast of St. Joseph the Worker.  However, permission to open the monastery was given by the Government with a significant condition, namely, that a nursing home for the elderly would be attached to the monastery. The Sisters at the monastery welcome this as an opportunity to serve the growing needs of older people in the area and your donation will help them to realise their vision. 

 

Please contact the Columban Mission Office in Solihull, West Midlands if you wish to make a donation.

Tel: 01564 772 096

E-mail: ccsappeal@columbans.co.uk

You can also send a cheque or postal order payable to 'Columban Missionaries' to: 

St. Columban's, Widney Manor Road, Solihull, B93 9AB, UK

 

(Note: this updates the donation details provided in the Far East magazine. Due to the COVID-19 health situation, the CCS and Columban Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation office at St. Joseph's in Hendon, London, is currently closed and post and telephone calls are being re-directed to the Columban Mission Office in Soliuhull.)

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