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As Heard on Zoom: CNEWA Canada

August 4, 2008
The Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA) is an agency of the Holy See, set up in 1926 by Pope Pius XII to give humanitarian and pastoral support to the Church in the Middle East, North East Africa, and Eastern Europe. The Canadian arm of CNEWA has launched an emergency appeal to raise funds to help families in Ukraine who were affected by the flooding that happened there earlier this year. For more details about the flood damange watch the Friday August 1st edition of Zoom (while it's available on our website). To find out more about CNEWA's emergency appeal and how to donate, visit www.cnewacanada.ca

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