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Where does a baptized Catholic Turn to?

Post by Boomer » Tue Oct 23, 2018 5:13 pm

Good morning. I am a baptized, confirmed catholic. I am in the process of helping a Catholic family overseas, being persecuted and threatened by Muslims. This family adopted me as one of their own. I am their eldest daughter/sister. The one I call brother, I keep in contact with every day works security at the local airport there. He is constantly facing persecution and threats by his in charge/supervisors who are all Muslim.
They took and physically changed his religion on all his paperwork to Muslim from Roman Catholic. They told him that if he kept insisting that he was Catholic that they would kill him and his family. They are wishing to immigrate to the USA to be near their American family (me and my daughter), here in Calhoun GA. His mom and dad already has visitor visas, but does not speak a lot of English. He is wishing to obtain a visitor visa and join them to help with the immigration process for them and the rest of his family. I am wishing to support the entire family, as a matter of fact I have about three different people looking for a 3-4 bedroom house for us to live. Upon entry into the US, four members of this family are ready to work.
I have emailed Mrs. Bensman there, she said that as long as they were in the USA, they would be able to assist. All I am asking from you is assistance with a room here where I live/work, while they file their paperwork. I live/work at the Quality Inn on Red Bud rd., Calhoun GA. as employee here, I qualify for friends and family discount here. I would need a verification letter that they would have a place to live that I would be able to send to my brother so that he would be able to obtain a visitor visa for himself and his son.
This family does have all their passports current and up to date.
I also have Congressman Graves’s office help as soon as they file their immigration papers with embassy.
I hope to hear from you as soon as possible. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Have a very good weekend. God Bless you in all you do.

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Re: Where does a baptized Catholic Turn to?

Post by Admin » Thu Mar 21, 2019 10:00 pm

Try a church. There are many of them out there. They will help Catholics and to our knowledge rarely turn anyone in need away, no matter their religion. If it is help in entering the US, then try Catholic charities. They offer immigration/refugee and related programs. That charity/church may be the best for you.
Boomer wrote:Good morning. I am a baptized, confirmed catholic. I am in the process of helping a Catholic family overseas, being persecuted and threatened by Muslims. This family adopted me as one of their own. I am their eldest daughter/sister. The one I call brother, I keep in contact with every day works security at the local airport there. He is constantly facing persecution and threats by his in charge/supervisors who are all Muslim.
They took and physically changed his religion on all his paperwork to Muslim from Roman Catholic. They told him that if he kept insisting that he was Catholic that they would kill him and his family. They are wishing to immigrate to the USA to be near their American family (me and my daughter), here in Calhoun GA. His mom and dad already has visitor visas, but does not speak a lot of English. He is wishing to obtain a visitor visa and join them to help with the immigration process for them and the rest of his family. I am wishing to support the entire family, as a matter of fact I have about three different people looking for a 3-4 bedroom house for us to live. Upon entry into the US, four members of this family are ready to work.
I have emailed Mrs. Bensman there, she said that as long as they were in the USA, they would be able to assist. All I am asking from you is assistance with a room here where I live/work, while they file their paperwork. I live/work at the Quality Inn on Red Bud rd., Calhoun GA. as employee here, I qualify for friends and family discount here. I would need a verification letter that they would have a place to live that I would be able to send to my brother so that he would be able to obtain a visitor visa for himself and his son.
This family does have all their passports current and up to date.
I also have Congressman Graves’s office help as soon as they file their immigration papers with embassy.
I hope to hear from you as soon as possible. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Have a very good weekend. God Bless you in all you do.

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Re: Where does a baptized Catholic Turn to?

Post by Kids » Wed May 27, 2020 2:17 pm

My name is Michonda,
My family and I are in desperate need of emergency housing of some kind to get us off the street. We are baptized Catholics but have been homeless for almost 4 months. We were sleeping in my truck but it recently got impounded.
We have absolutely nowhere to go and no money. I do have an income that consist of Social Security totaling at the moment of $735 a month and another $520 from TANF.
My family consists of myself my husband Patrick, my son Elijah (8 years old) and my son Achilles who is 6 years. We are all Catholics. We recently rented a house from a man in Chewelah, but soon thereafter he assaulted both I and my husband. It was not until that time that we discovered that he was extremely mentally unstable as he has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and at the time the salt was not taking his medication.
Due to this situation we lost quite a bit of money and our home and now we're back on the street right where we started. I am just desperate to get us off the street our family has been through a lot we lost my fiancé and my children's father to a tragic accident and soon thereafter I lost my son to another unspeakable accident. I feel that my family and I just need a helping hand or break or some kind of luck because we have suffering so much pain and loss that I don't know how much more we could take. So if you could point us in the right direction or help us, baptized Catholic, it would be much appreciated. Thank you so much for your time.  

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