A group of religious sisters have offered to help provide education and faith formation to the growing rural parish community of Bumai. However, they need a place to live and for that reason we are going to help build them a convent. The estimate for this project is 75 million Tanzanian shillings which is the equivalent of around US $35,000.
One of our favorite things to do is visit churches, schools, or other organizations to speak. In our power-packed presentations we challenge people to answer the call of Jesus to “make disciples of all nations”. Our talks encourage the audience to put their faith in practice in practical ways to build up the Church.
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We are in phase three of the construction of the convent, but we don't have the money to continue. This convent needs a roof and we need to raise the funds to build it! Please consider making a donation today. Read More
Father Johaness Rweyemamu is a close friend of Father Swit and they were actually in the seminary together. Well, now he's the Financial Controller of Bukoba Catholic Diocese. That means he is the one that handles all things financial with the diocese, including making sure the donations you send to us go to pay for the construction of the convent. Read More
This year we've decided to change our business model and focus our efforts more on partnering with organizations such as schools, parishes, and religions education programs. This allows us to engage with people directly, providing faith formation through our presentation and also by challenging the audience to contribute to our campaign. Read More