My dear brothers, sisters and well wishers of Saint Teresa of Calcutta’s Indian Mission and Guatemala Missions,
Most Rev. Bishop Joseph F. Catrambone, M.Div., D.D. (Executive Director, Founder of Guatemala Missions) has taken up many projects to educate the poor children and to eradicate poverty in some of the most remote areas of India.
In order to eradicate poverty, he has recently taken up a project in the state of Andhra Pradesh. This project is designed to empower the poor faithful who are under the care and protection of Rev. Bishop Joseph F. Catrambone. The faithful who are poor are striving to come up in their lives. Their striving is to be set free from their financial debts. Their striving is for human dignity and to live a life of happiness as children of God. The poor faithful have got a small dairy farm which has 8 buffaloes and few calves. The calves take nearly 3 to 4 years to grow up and give us milk.
Therefore under the guidance of Rev. Bishop Joseph F. Catramabone, many developmental activities are taking place in the small dairy farm. Recently the milking machine was installed in the dairy farm and it was blessed by our beloved bishop Joe and the Good Shepherd Companions in Jan, 29, 2021 at 9:15 P.M of USA Eastern time.
On 08 February 2021 we shifted the manure from our place and cleared the land with JCB. It was possible only with the help and support of our dear Bishop Joe.
As it is well said:
“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime”
In the same way, we the faithful are experiencing the helping hand of our dear Bishop Joe in the initial stages of our small dairy farm. We the poor and needy love and appreciate the concern that our dear Bishop Joe shows towards our wellbeing.
Once again, we are very much grateful to our dear Bishop Joe, the Good Shepherd Companions and all the well wishers of Saint Teresa of Calcutta’s Indian Mission and Guatemala Missions.