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Social Wardrobe

A social wardrobe for the needy was organized between December 11-15, 2017 at the Caritas Moldova Social Center. During this period, about 30 families benefited from humanitarian aid, provided by donation to Caritas Moldova...

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Interview for Radio Maria, Sankt Petersburg, offered by Mr. Andrei Bolocan, director of Caritas Moldova.

The interview was offered for chief editor of the „Radio Maria”,  Alexey Pirogov On November 1st 2017, during his working visit in Sankt Petersburg, Andrei Bolocan, director of Caritas Moldova, offered an interview for the chief editor of Radio Maria, Alexey Pirogov. *See below the translated content of the interview. „Radio Maria” is an international radio […]


Caritas means mercy

 Article written by: Viorica Purice, „Sanatate” Magazine The dictionary defines “charity” as generosity and helpfulness especially towards the needy or suffering; aid given to those in need; benevolent goodwill toward love of humanity. All these definitions illustrate the activity of Caritas Moldova. The director, Andrei Bolocan, told us about its activity. Andrei, you are a […]


St. Vincent de Paul

Today, Catholics celebrate St. Vincent de Paul, who is the patron of mercy cause worldwide. Vincent was born in 1581 in the village of Pouy in Gascony, in the Province of Guyenne and Gascony, the Kingdom of France, to peasant farmers, father Jean and mother Bertrande de Moras de Paul. At an early age, he showed a talent for reading and […]


In Moldova, Gospel is alive and in action

 Article written by: Michael Sean Winters,  National Catholic REPORTER “I believe in God, but I do not support organized religion. I’m spiritual though.” We have all heard these words or some variation thereon. They represent an old, Voltairian suspicion but they are inadequate. While we have all met some wonderful and generous people who say things […]


Pope: works of mercy means sharing suffering of others

(Vatican Radio) Doing works of mercy doesn’t mean just giving coins to assuage our consciences. Rather, it means sharing in the suffering of others, even at personal cost to ourselves. That message was at the heart of Pope Francis’ homily on Monday morning at his regular Santa Marta Mass. Reflecting on the first reading from […]