(photo: John E. Kozar/CNEWA)

Christians have lived in Egypt for nearly 2000 years. But as the political upheavals of recent days have wracked the country, today’s largely Christian minority has become a target for religious hatred. Mostly poor and increasingly vulnerable, they’re struggling to hang on.

The next generation of Egyptians is contending with the aftermath of political upheaval that sparked violence in 2013. CNEWA is working with local communities and religious to help restore churches, schools and child care facilities. We are also continuing our long-standing support of such vital institutions as the Santa Lucia Home for the Blind and St. Leo the Great Coptic Catholic Patriarchal Seminary.

Give generously, and you’ll help CNEWA protect this ancient community. You’ll support religious sisters as they care for children, women and the disabled. You’ll foster the training of future priests. You’ll repair churches and Christian schools devastated by acts of violence. And most of all? You’ll help Egypt’s Christians survive.

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