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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
7/1/2014 (2 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

YCVF is seeking to help cover shipping costs to the island.

The Sisters of St. Joseph in Grenada have placed a large order for Bibles via Catholic Shopping .com. We understand the order of 350 bibles will be used for their school in Grenville, Grenada. Unfortunately, as we endeavor to fill the order the shipping costs of the order are substantial. We're asking our readers if they can help.

Sister Patrice from the Sisters of St. Joseph in Grenville, Grenada.

Sister Patrice from the Sisters of St. Joseph in Grenville, Grenada.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
7/1/2014 (2 years ago)

Published in Americas

Keywords: YCVF, bibles, donations, St. Joseph, Grenada, Poor, Children, School


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The Sisters of St. Joseph in Grenville, Grenada operate a school where they provide a quality education to hundreds of students across all grades. Committed to providing a quality education for total development, the school is a cornerstone of the community. We're proud to help supply them with 350 new Bibles for their students to use.

Unfortunately, the cost for shipping these Bibles overseas is about $800, a price which makes the order almost prohibitively expensive.

Your Catholic Voice Foundation (YCVF) would like to step in and help the sisters by asking readers to help with the shipping costs. The total amount is $800, but if we can find 80 donors to contribute just $10 apiece, we will have these costs covered for the sisters in no time.

In the event YCVF collects excess donations, they will be used to send Bibles to other families in need.

Please help the Sisters of St. Joseph?

Click Here - All gifts will help!

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