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CSA launches annual appeal to support ministries in Nicaragua

12:48 PM, Jan. 28, 2013
More than 30 percent of children in Nicaragua suffer from some form of chronic malnutrition. The Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes has ministered in both rural and urban areas there since 1945. These children live in the town of Rosita.
More than 30 percent of children in Nicaragua suffer from some form of chronic malnutrition. The Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes has ministered in both rural and urban areas there since 1945. These children live in the town of Rosita.
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In support of its vital ministries in Nicaragua and in conjunction with the celebration of St. Agnes' Feast Day on Jan. 21, the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes has initiated its 2013 annual fund appeal to assist in sustaining and expanding CSA ministries in Nicaragua.

For nearly seven decades, the people of Nicaragua have turned to CSA for help. Since 1945 CSA has established and maintained ministries and reached out to people living in impoverished and isolated rural villages and urban areas plagued by high crime rates and unemployment.

Today, many of the sisters minister in the fields ...

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