September 8

Finishing the Work Started One Year Ago

Clinic, Immediate and Urgent Needs, Life At The Mission, Mission Family, Volunteer

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Exactly a year ago … they left Africa! Great friends … great memories … we thank God!

Exactly a year ago… we were blessed at the Mission by the visit of this lively and generous family of volunteers, who came to build us an annex to the Mission’s Clinic. Our little clinic had become too small to our growing Mission. 

Just a few hours upon their arrival… their tools were out of their suitcases and the project took off. There was so much hope!

But then… the same old story… funds did not suffice and… the beautiful project is still awaiting completion. Here it is today… one year later.

But we have the extraordinary opportunity, profiting from this coronavirus down-time, to finish this project to care for the hundreds of patients that flock to us… “because we are well treated here” as they say. Our little clinic is, in fact, one of our most important apostolates.PRESENTLY we have only the General Consultation facility.

(Ultrasound donated by the Knights of Columbus)

The total price for finishing the clinic buildings is only $57.000. If through your generosity we can complete the project… we will have, in October :

  • a new genecology facility for pregnant women
  • a little lab to detect malaria and other infectious sicknesses
  • an x-ray room

So much… for such a “small” amount! Can we do it?

God bless you for your generosity!

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About the author 

Canon H. Fragelli

Canon Fragelli was sent to Gabon in November 2012 to restore the Mission that had been inactive for several years. Canon Fragelli likes to preach. His favorite subject is the Blessed Mother and Catholic doctrine. He preaches every day at Mass and any occasion that presents itself. “Faith comes through hearing” taught us Saint Paul. His official title today is: “Prior of the Mission Saint Therese of the Infant Jesus and responsible for the apostolate of the Institute of Christ the King in the diocese of Mouila.” He is also the Chaplain of the Prison of Mouila.


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babies, clinic, Mission, Saint Francis de Sales School, volunteer


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