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Aseguro asimismo que, a pesar de enfrentar <<el mayor desastre natural de los tiempos modernos>>, a las pocas horas de la catastrofe <<las iglesias y las escuelas que quedaron indemnes abrieron sus puertas a los supervivientes, y los trabajadores de las Caritas locales pusieron en marcha programas de emergencia para proporcionar ayuda basica a los damnificados>>.
As Caritas Pirckheimer put it, the nuns strove to be "free with regard to the spirit, not the body.
This postsecular understanding, however, remains a caritas without God.
Caritas was founded in 1964 and for the past 47 years has provided programs and services to meet the needs of approximately 20,000 people annually.
Johnston toured the organization and met a group of doctors and nurses at the Caritas Jordan's clinics.
Caritas has now prepared a questionnaire which their volunteers will hand out to 200-500 people in Catholic churches in Cyprus.
From the rapid needs assessment results, we shall see if there is a need to launch a rapid response appeal to the global Caritas Internationalis to augment the current local funds available," he added.
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Summary: The Ashrafieh Branch of Caritas Lebanon launched its three-day annual arts and crafts fair Wednesday at the Beirut district's landmark Hotel Alexandre.
8 -- Recently Caritas India has been in the news, not just in Church circles but on the national level.
Huddersfield-based charity, Caritas understand all of that, which is why its team is gearing up to run another summer workshop.