CTF – SOS DRS Wajir Mission Accomplished


Mary, CTF volunteer nurse bade goodbye to a Somalian elder.

KENYA – On the 4th of July, the Camillians in Wajir, Northeast Kenya packed their bags and came home to Nairobi after they have accomplished their humanitarian mission of bringing relief and initiating recovery to the Somalian populace of the said region. They were there since August 2011 as the core team of the Camillian Task Force (CTF) – Kenya, a humanitarian mission office of the Order, headed by Bro. Joseph Khiyaniri, MI together with the Camillian Sisters and five other volunteers under the guidance of CTF – Rome.

In 2011, the Horn of Africa particularly Kenya had faced a severe food crisis due to long dry spell and mass evacuations of Somalians to Kenya due to civil war. A combination of drought-induced crop failure, poor livestock conditions, rising food and non-food prices and eroded coping capacities were some of the key factors contributing to the food crisis, which has made 3.75 million people in Kenya food insecure. An estimated of 385,000 children under 5 years old and 90,000 pregnant and lactating women were suffering from acute malnutrition.

Responding to the call of the Church to bring relief to the victims, the Camillian Task Force (CTF), Rome sent a team to the diocese of Garissa on August 2011, to conduct assessment and implement programs of intervention. Programs were implemented immediately until June 2013 in Wajir. The project was funded by CEI – Comitato per gli Interventi Caritativi  a favore del Terzo Mondo, Caritas Italiana, PROSA, ISOLANA, SOS DRS, and the Camillians (men and women communities).

The project was divided into two phases: relief (6 months) and rehabilitation (1 year). The first phase had focused on health and nutrition program through mobile clinics and food distribution, and water access provision. The second phase had focused on building capacities of people and community resilience through food security (greenhouse farming), community-based health care (training of health care workers and mobile clinics), and public sanitation programs (building of ecological sanitary – ECOSAN toilets). All these programs have benefited 9 villages and thousands of muslim families (Somalian refugees) in Wajir.

The said project has terminated on June 30. It was able to achieve its primary objective which is bridging muslim and Christian communities in Wajir to achieve peace, self-reliance and resiliency. Most of the village chiefs and local government representatives had given high regard and recommendation to the project. A village chief of Hodan, Wajir said: “I have never seen a group like the CTF in Wajir who really helped us so much not simply by giving more dole outs but really working, caring and listening to us. CTF, we are with you and don’t leave us.” CTF has applied pastoral care in emergency approach and worked closely with the diocese. It uses the strategy of grassroot participation in planning, decision-making and implementation of programs. This method has made a deep impact on the Somalian beneficiaries and communities, and it also challenges other humanitarian organizations to engage in programs that overcome and transform the culture of dependency to a culture of self-reliance and resiliency. These communities have been depending on food aid for the past ten years, and now they were able to prove that they can produce food in the desert as an alternative source to pasturing.

Mons. Paul Darmanin had expressed his deep gratitude and commendation of what the CTF has done to his diocese and at the same time has pleaded the CTF to continue its efforts. The CTF has promised to follow up what has been started in Wajir in order to assure sustainability of the programs in the next two years.


Fr. Scott Francis Steps Down from the Presidency of SOS DRS

Dear Friends in Christ,

Salus et pax. I pray you are well.

Please take the time to read about my recent decision to step down from the presidency of SOS DRS.

Oremus pro pontifice. Oremus pro ecclesia. Oremus pro invicem.

In Christ, through Mary – Fr. Scott Francis

World Mission Rosary Intentions: December 3 – 16, 2012

World Mission Rosary Intentions

December 3 -December 16, 2012

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“When the World Mission Rosary is completed, one has embraced all continents, all people in prayer.”

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General Rosary Intention: That the Lord in His Divine Mercy – through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary – may build up His Kingdom, make these mysteries a reality in our lives, strengthen us in our common mission, and come to the aid of those for whom we pray.

Africa (Green Beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of St. Moses the Black, the Patron Saint of  Africa, may come to the aid of those affected by terrorist bombings in Kenya. May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Africa.

Disaster: Terrorist Bombing Map of Kenya Extract from KENYA: Another bloody Sunday: “Before he knew what was happening, Charles Ngeana, 31, at the scene of Nairobi’s 18 November blast, was struck by a flying sheet of metal. The roof of a packed ‘matatu’ minibus on Route 28 was lifted up and its right side completely blown out. ‘I ran at first because of the dust,’ said Ngeana. ‘The impact was very big.’Ball-bearings, used to maximize the impact of an explosive device, left nearby vehicles speckled with holes. “It definitely came from inside the matatu,” Ngeana said. It took him a few moments to realize he had gashes on his face, throat and right leg. Soon after the blast, which took place in Eastleigh, the commercial centre of Nairobi’s ethnic Somali population, fighting broke out in the street. People appearing to be of Somali origin were attacked for their perceived association with Al-Shabab, a Somali insurgency group that has repeatedly targeted Kenya because of its military involvement in Somalia. In the melee, Ngeana sought the protection of a Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) emergency response team. The bomb exploded around 4pm. ‘We anticipate this on Saturdays and Sundays,’ said Abdi Nasir, the technical director of the National Blood Transfusion Service, speaking outside the Kenyatta National Hospital where 29 casualties of the blast had arrived. They were followed by over 10 casualties of the riots. ‘The previous Sunday, and for around one month, every Sunday there has been a disaster. So we were waiting, going by the current trend.’” See also: Nairobi Blast Kills 7, Kenya grenade blast kills 7, hurts 24, Kenya grenade attack: Somalis attacked in Nairobi.

Saint Moses the Black: Patron Saint of Africa (Feast Date: August 28) Extract from Monastic Library † St. Moses the Black: Meditation Strengthens Spiritual Life: “St. Moses, also known as the Ethiopian, was a large and foreboding man whose fame was grounded in seeking vengeance and spreading violence. Hiding from local authorities, St. Moses took refuge among monks in a colony in the desert of Scetis, near Alexandria. The meditation and prayerful dedication of their lives, as well as their inner peace and contentment, helped St. Moses find the meaning of life and end his journey in seeking out the one eternal and true God of the Universe. St. Moses was to discover happiness in his life, a peaceful meditative, soul settling type of happiness which would forever turn his life toward the Lord Jesus Christ. . . . In its infancy, his now new found spirituality immediately confronted a difficult time while he was adjusting to monastic life. Soon, while in his cell, St. Moses was attacked by a band of robbers. He fought them overpowering them with his physical prowess, and then dragged them to the chapel where the other monks were at solemn prayer. He abruptly reported to the monks that he didn’t think it was Christian to hurt the robbers further and asked what he should do with the captured robbers before them. According to tradition, the extremely overwhelmed robbers repented, confessed, converted, and entered into monasticism under the leadership of their captor, St. Moses the Black.” See picture of St. Moses the Black. See also: August 28 – Saint Moses the Black: Patron Saint of Africa,  Moses the Black. VIDEO: Saint Moses the Black & Strong.

Oceania (Blue Beads)  

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of  St. Adelaide, the Patron Saint of Abuse Victims, may come to the aid of those affected by abuse of military personnel in Australia. May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Oceania.

Disaster: Abuse of Military Personnel Map of  Australia Extract from: Australian minister apologises to military abuse victims: “Australia’s defence minister has apologised to military personnel past and present who were sexually abused or otherwise mistreated during their service. He also started an inquiry into hundreds of allegations of abuse over six decades. Stephen Smith made the apology in parliament on Monday on behalf of the government as the latest step in a two-year effort to reform the culture of the Australian military and make it more accepting of women. ‘Young men and women have suffered treatment which no member of our defence force or our community generally should experience,’ Smith said. ‘Young men and women have endured sexual, physical or mental abuse from their colleagues which are not acceptable and do not reflect the values of a modern, diverse, tolerant, Australian society,’ he added. He noted claims that officers had abused their positions of trust through their own behaviour or by turning a blind eye to the actions of others. Smith also announced that the retired judge Len Roberts-Smith had been appointed to examine allegations of abuse from more than 1,000 people dating back to the 1950s.” See also: Australia apologises to victims of abuse, Australian military abuse detailed in damning report, Australia Apologizes for Sex Abuse in Military. VIDEO: Australia apology for abuse in the military.

Saint Adelaide: Patron Saint of Abuse Victims (Feast Date: December 16) Extract from St. Adelaide: “Born c.931 at Burgundy, France ; died 999 at the monastery of Seltz, Alsace; canonized in 1097 by Pope Urban II. The daughter of King Rudolph II of Burgundy she was promised in marriage when she was only two years old, to Lothaire, the son and heir of his enemy, Hugh of Provence. Lothaire was killed when still young and Adelaide was to have a tumultuous life that paralleled the struggle for political power of the times, something she had come to symbolize. Having been sought after by various kings and nobles, after Lothaire’s death, she was finally married by Otho the Great of Germany who had invaded Italy. When Otho’s son – Adelaide’s stepson – the Emperor Otho II died, his son Otho III, a child became emperor. In 991, Adelaide was invested as the Regent of the Empire and she used her power as the effective empress to increase evangelization efforts, especially in northern Europe, built many monasteries and churches, and aided the poor.” See PICTURE of Saint Adelaide. December 16 – Saint Adelaide: Patron Saint of Prisoners, Abuse Victims, Large Families, Second Marriages.

Europe (White Beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of St. Mary, Our Lady of Altotting, the Patron Saint of Germany, may come to the aid of those affected by the fire at the Caritas (a Catholic charity) factory in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Europe.

Disaster: Caritas Factory Fire Map of Germany Extract from Deadly fire at German workshop for disabled: “Seven people were also injured in the fire, which broke out on Monday in the small town of Titisee-Neustadt in the southwest of the country, according to local news agency DPA. “We can tell you that we have 14 dead. The process of identification is ongoing,” said Karl-Heinz Schmid, a spokesman for police in the nearby city of Freiburg. ‘We also have a large number of injured who have been taken to hospital.’ Most of the injured suffered from smoke inhalation, but all are expected to recover, said officials. The fire broke out around 2:00pm (1300GMT), according to media reports and had still not been extinguished nearly two hours later. Police were unable to determine the cause of the fire which broke out in a workshop housing some 120 people with disabilities in the country’s Black Forest region. DPA quoted a source as saying there had been an explosion in a storage room. . . . Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reported that the factory, operated by the Catholic charity Caritas – named for the Latin term for the virtue of charity – was a modern facility. It will be days before officials know the cause of the fire, but there has been no suggestion of arson, he said.” See also: German Inferno Kills 14 at Site Employing Disabled, Fourteen disabled people die in fire at German workshop. Videos: Fire kills 14 at German workshop for disabled.

Saint Mary, Our Lady of Altotting: Patron Saint of  Germany (Feast Dates: August 5) Extract from Extract from Our Lady of Altotting::”The Shrine of Our Lady of Altötting became very popular towards the end of the fifteenth century, actually 1489, as a result of a major miracle.  A little child, about three years old, had gotten too close to the edge of the river, and had fallen in.  Not being able to swim, he drowned.  When his mother found the child, she lost control of her senses for a moment, and then heard an inner voice telling her to rush the dead body of the child to the Holy Chapel of Our Lady.  She ran for all she was worth to the Chapel and laid the body of her child on the Altar of Our Lady.  People who were in the church at the time joined the mother in praying for a miracle, which would bring the child back to life.  All said they felt an awesome presence coming from the image of Our Lady just prior to the miracle taking place. After praying and wailing for what seemed to be a long time, the mother felt life coming back into her child”  See picture of Our Lady of Altotting. and video:  Our Lady of Altotting., August 5 – Saint Mary, Our Lady of Altotting: Patron Saint of Germany.

America (Red Beads)    

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of St. Frances of Rome, the Patron Saint of  Motorists, may come to the aid of those affected by the Thanksgiving Day auto accident in Texas. May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in America.

Disaster: Thanksgiving Day Auto Accident Map of Texas, U. S, A. Extract from Texas: Two Dead, Many Injured in 140-Car Pileup: “Two people died and more than 80 were hurt Thursday when at least 140 vehicles collided in eastern Texas in a pileup that left trucks twisted on top of one another and the authorities rushing to pull survivors from the miles of wreckage. The collision occurred in extremely foggy conditions about 8 a.m. Thanksgiving Day on Interstate 10 southwest of Beaumont. It was not immediately clear how the pileup began, but Deputy Rod Carroll of the Jefferson County sheriff’s office said the fog was so thick that deputies did not immediately realize they were dealing with multiple accidents. ‘It is catastrophic,’ Deputy Carroll said. ‘I’ve got cars on top of cars.’”  Massive Texas Highway Crash Mars Thanksgiving Celebrations (VIDEO, PICTURES).  VIDEOS: Texas motorway pile-up kills Thanksgiving motorists, Interstate 10 Beaumont, Texas pileup wreck update: Fog suspected in 100-vehicle Thanksgiving crash, Thanksgiving day pile up on Texas highway.  CTF/SOS DRS Recent Response to Disasters in America: Haiti, Chile.

Saint Frances of Rome: Patron Saint of  Motorists (Feast Date: March 9)  Extract from Saint Frances Of Rome (Optional Memorial) 1384-1440: “Saint Frances of Rome, or Francesca Busso, was born in Rome in 1384 of a noble family and at the age of 13 she was given in marriage, and had three children. She was devoted to serving the poor, using her family fortune to do so, but then her husband backed the wrong side in a battle between contenders for the papacy. They lost everything, yet she continued to serve the needy, and when her husband died after 40 years of marriage, she entered a religious congregation which she had helped found, and eventually she became its superior. She died while reciting the Office of the Blessed Virgin on March 9, 1440. She is obviously a model for housewives, widows, and religious, but how she got to be a patron of motorists is one of the mysteries of the faith.” See PICTURE of St. Frances of Rome. See also: Frances of Rome (Multilingual), Santa Francisca romana – EWTN (SP), St. Frances of Rome, Prayer to Saint Frances of Rome, March 9 – Saint Frances of Rome: Patron Saint of Motorists, Lay People, Widows, and Against the Death of Children.

Asia (Yellow Beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of St. Florian of Lorch, the Patron Saint against fire, may come to the aid of those affected by the factory fire in Bangledesh.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Asia.

Disaster: Fire Map of Bangladesh Extract from At least 117 killed in fire at Bangladeshi clothing factory: “A fire ripped through a clothing factory near the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka, killing at least 117 people and sending workers jumping out of the multistory building. At least 200 people were injured as they rushed to get out of the factory in Ashulia, police said. Firefighters battled to contain the raging blaze that started Saturday night on the first floor of the nine-story building and spread to other floors, leaving hundreds of workers, mostly women, trapped. Officials said some 2,000 people were working in the factory as the fire began, but it was unclear how many had been rescued. The fire department said rescue operations have been very difficult because the factory was packed with fabrics, yarn and cotton, the fire department said. It said the death toll might rise because firefighters could not enter some floors of the building. Scores of people were anxiously waiting outside the burning factory in search of their relatives. Bilkis Akhter, mother of teenage factory worker Munni Akhter, said she had checked with the hospitals and police stations but did not find her daughter, who had been working on the fourth floor.” See also: VIDEOS: Fire at Bangledesh Factory kills more than 100, Fire hits second Bangladesh garment factory, Death toll in Bangladesh garment factory fire rises.

Saint Florian of Lorch: Patron Saint against Fire (Feast Date: May 4) Extract from Extract from Global Warming: “Saint Florian is the Patron Saint of floods, battles, fire, firefighters, chimney sweeps, brewers, barrel makers. Saint Florin was an officer in the Roman army. Emperor Diocletian ordered him to execute a group of Christians but Florian, a secret Christian himself, refused and admitted to being a Christian himself. For his defiance and admission he was scourged, flayed and thrown into a river with a stone tied to his neck. Florian is the Patron Saint of both fire and flood as one legend tells of him stopping a town from burning with a single bucket of water. Images of Saint Florian often show him either holding a small burning house or pouring water onto a miniature burning town.” See also: May 4 – Saint Florian: Patron Saint of Poland, Austria, Firefighters, Harvests; against Floods, Fires, Water Dangers, Battles, Drowning.

World Mission Rosary – Patron Saints Calendar – November 2012 – List

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November is the Month of St. Mary, Our Lady of the Holy Souls: Patron Saint of Arkansas

November 1      ALL SAINTS DAY

November 1      St. Amabilis: Patron Saint Against Poisoning


November 3      St. Martin de Porres

November 3      St. Hubert of Liege: Patron Saint of Metal Workers

November 4      St. CHARLES BORROMEO: Patron Saint for Intestinal Disorders

November 6      St. Leonard of Noblac: Patron Saint of Miners and Prisoners


November 9      Bl. Elizabeth of the Trinity, Patron Saint of the Sick

November 10    ST. LEO THE GREAT

November 10    St. Andrew Avellino: Patron Saint against Sudden Death

November 11    St. MARTIN OF TOURS, Patron Saint of France

November 12    St. JOSAPHAT KUNTSEVYCH, Patron Saint of the Ukraine

November 13    St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, Patron Saint of  Immigrants and against Malaria

November 15    St. Albert the Great

November 15    St. Isadore the Farmer, Patron Saint of Farm Workers

November 16    Our Lady, Health of the Sick

November 16    St. Margaret of Scotland, Queen: Advocate for Social Justice

November 16    St. Gertrude

November 16    St. John Nepumucen, Patron Saint against Floods

November 16    St. Honorius of Amiens, Patron Saint of Oil Refiners

November 17    St. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY,  Patron Saint of Charities, Homelessness, against the Death of Children

November 17    St. Gregory Thaumaturgus, Wonder Worker: Patron Saint against Floods

November 18    The Dedication of the Basilicas of St. Peter and St. Paul in Rome

November 18    St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, Patron Saint of the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau, Missouri

November 19    Our Lady of Divine Providence, Patron Saint of Puerto Rico

November 19    St. Ebbe of Minister-in Thannet, Accused of Witchcraft


November 21    Our Lady Queen of Peace, Patron Saint of Peace, War and Civilian Victims, El Salvador

November 22    ST. CECILIA, Patron Saint of Music

November 23    Pope St. Clement I, Patron Saint of Mariners

November 23    St. Columban, Patron Saint against Floods

November 23    Blessed Miguel Augustin Pro



November 25    Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, Patron Saint of France

November 25    St. Catherine of Alexandria, Patron Saint against the Death of Children

November 25    St. Josaphat Kuntsevych, Patron Saint of the Yukraine

November 30    ST. ANDREW, Patron Saint of Russia

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October 1     St. Thérèse of Lisieux St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus: Patron Saint of CTF/SOS DRS, Australia, Russia and of Flower Growers

October 1     St. Remigius of Rheims, Patron Saint against Epidemics

October 3     St. Clare of Assisi, Patron Saint for Good Weather

October 4     St. Francis of Assisi: Patron Saint of Peace, Ecology and against Fires

October 5     St. Faustina Kowalska, Patron Saint of the Divine Mercy

October 5     Our Lady of Zapopan, Patron Saint against Floods

October 6     St. Faith: Patron Saint of Soldiers

October 6     St. Bruno

October 6     Bl. Marie-Rose Durocher

October 7     St. Mary, Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, Patron Saint of Guatemala, North Carolina

October 8     St. Demestrius of Sermium, Patron Saint of Belgrade, Serbia

October 10   St. Francis Borgia: Patron Saint Against Earthquakes

October 10:  St. Mary, Our Lady of Loreto, Patron Saint of Aviation

October 11   Bl. Elias del Socorro Nieves, Patron Saint of Mexico

October 12   St. Walburga, Patron Saint of Mariners and against Famine (translation of relics to Eichstätt)

October 12   Our Lady of Zapopan, Patron Saint against Floods

October 14   St. Callistus I

October 14   St. Angadrisma of Beauvais, Patron Saint against Fire

October 15   St. Teresa of Avila (St. Teresa of Jesus), Patron Saint of Peace

October 16   St. Gerard Majella, Patron Saint of Children and Expectant Mothers

October 16   St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, Patron Saint of Polio Victims

October 17   St. Ignatius of Antioch, Patron Saint of The Church in the Eastern Mediterranean

October 18   St. Luke, Slave, Patron Saint of Physicians

October 19   St. John de Brebeuf & St. Isaac Jogues and their Companions

October 20   St. Maximus of Aquila, Patron Saint of Aquila

October 20   St. Peter Chanel, Patron Saint of Oceania

October 20  St. Paul of the Cross

October 21   St. Ursula, Patron Saint of a Holy Death

October 22   St. Peter of Alcantara, Patron Saint of Brazil

October 24   St. Anthony Mary Claret

October 25   St. Alban Bartholomew Roe, Patron Saint of Refugees (as one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)

October 27   St. Frumentius, Patron Saint of Ethiopia

October 28   St. Jude Thaddeus, Patron Saint of Desperate Situations

October 28   St. Simon

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September 3:      St. Gregory the Great, Patron Saint of the Honduras

September 7:      St. Gratus of Aosta, Patron Saint against Rain

September 8:      Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre, Patron Saint of Cuba

September 8:      Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Patron Saint of Colombia

September 9:      St. Peter Claver, Patron Saint of Colombia

September 10:    St. Nicholas of Tolentino, Patron of Those Who are Dying

September 12:    The Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary

September 13:    St. John Chrystotom

September 14:    St. Notburga, Patron Saint of Farmers and Peasants

September 14:   The Exhaltation of the Holy Cross

September 15:    Our Lady of Akita, Japan, Patron Saint of Japan

September 15:    Our Lady of Sorrows

September 16:    St.  Ludmila, Patron Saint of Bohemia, Prague

September 16:    St. Cornelius; St. Cyprian

September 17:    St. Francis of Assisi, Patron Saint of Peace, Ecology and Against Fire

September 17:    St. Robert Bellarmine

September 18:    St. Joseph of Cupertino: Patron Saint of Travelers, Air Travelers, Pilots

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday




Sts. Eusebius of Vercelli & Peter Juian Eymard



  First Friday



First Saturday

OLO Altotting, OLO the Snows, St. Emygdius




St. Cajetan

Pope Sixtus II and Companions

St. Mary Mackillop

St. Dominic


St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross


Shrine Prayer Guild Member’s Mass

Sts. Philomena & Clare of Assisi

Saint Eulalia of Barcelona



Pope Saint Pontian & St. Hippolytus

St. Maximillian Kolbe


Our Lady of Madhu, OLO the Assumption

St. Roche & Bl. Mother Teresa of Calcutta








St. Bernard

Bl. Ladislaus Findysz, OLO Knock


Blessed Virgin, Holy Mother of God


St. Rose of Lima



Our Lady of Czestochowa


Our Lady Health of the Sick

St. Monica

St. Moses the Black


The Passion of St. John the Baptist

St. Rose of Lima

St. Raymond Nonnatus



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