The Constitution provides for freedom of religion and the State is generally tolerant towards all religious creeds and allows for the public practice of religion. Article 8 requires that the State not only allow freedom of worship but that it also “protect churches and places and objects of worship, provided they abide by the laws of the State.” - Read more
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) supports several projects in Angola. You can support these projects by donating via their national offices.
Below you can find one or more finished projects ACN supported in the past.
„We are asking for a car for the pastoral work of our congregation in and around Lubango“, writes sister Maria Pereiea Veloso from Angola. She is the Superior of the congregation the Servas Franciscanas Reparadoras de Jesus Sacramentado, which was established in 1941 and which today has 73 sisters in Angola, in five different dioceses. One of these dioceses is Lubango in the southwest of the country. Read more >>
In Saurimo, in Northwest Angola, the „Irmas de Coracao de Jesus Sacramentado“ (Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus) are in charge of the local parish. Poverty and illiteracy are widespread among the largely rural population of this area. The sisters are trying to improve the situation by teaching the adults to read and write and by helping the children from six local state schools. Read more >>