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Does anyone know of catholic charities that help others that hold to "traditional" teaching?  I have been a bit disheartened hearing that some funding has been filtered to organizations that condone infant killing.(read around it's in the news)  I want to donate to a good charity but need guidance.

Sorry if wrong forum, didn't see much pertaining to this topic.
The SSPX has orphanages (2 i think?) in India that raise and educate non-Catholic orphans in the faith.

http://www.sspxasia.com/Newsletters/2010...Domini.pdf

if you wish to donate something:

http://www.sspxasia.com/Newsletters/2010..._souls.pdf

Any traditional or conservative seminary/religious house/convent etc would be a worthy recipient. They may not help others as directly as charities that help the sick and the disadvantaged, but their prayers and the people they form (priests, sisters etc) will enable your aid to reap a thousandfold when they go on to be the light of Christ in the world
TraceG Wrote:Does anyone know of catholic charities that help others that hold to "traditional" teaching?

Try the soup kitchen down the road. Don't just throw money at them and feel fuzzy, volunteer there yourself.

TraceG,

The SSPX has a wonderful medical mission to the Philippines which is now in its 10th year.  It is a worthy charity which is near and dear to my heart.  Here are some links   http://www.acim-asia.com/Medical_Mission_2009_day2.htm  ,  http://www.sspxasia.com/Newsletters/2003...ission.htm .

Peace.
(07-01-2010, 10:48 PM)Hawaii Five-0 Wrote: [ -> ]TraceG,

The SSPX has a wonderful medical mission to the Philippines which is now in its 10th year.  It is a worthy charity which is near and dear to my heart.  Here are some links   http://www.acim-asia.com/Medical_Mission_2009_day2.htm  ,  http://www.sspxasia.com/Newsletters/2003...ission.htm .

Peace.

yes, it has done great work by reaching out to the poor who have no money to pay for basic medical treatment, and who often possess little more than the rudiments of the faith. Everything from catechism to scapular distribution to dental care and minor operations take place during each mission over the course of at least two weeks. The District Superior often calls for volunteers so i know =)
(07-01-2010, 11:19 AM)Credo Wrote: [ -> ]
TraceG Wrote:Does anyone know of catholic charities that help others that hold to "traditional" teaching?

Try the soup kitchen down the road. Don't just throw money at them and feel fuzzy, volunteer there yourself.

This is very good advice.  It is also good advice to share your money as well as your labor.  The Lord's work needs both.