Blessed Nuno Society, Inc. Projects

Queen of Angels House
C.R.R.E.D.A.
Outreach to at rish children
Humane Borders
Respect Life
Just Trade Promotion
St. Vincent and the Grenadines orphanges
Mission Awareness
Local Chapter Support
Our Current Projects
QUEEN OF ANGELS HOUSE
Agua Prieta, Sonora
includes a classroom, psychologist's office, infirmary,
computer lab, language center, nursery, dining and
recreational areas, chapel, laundry, visitor's lounge,
and dormitory.  The orphanage  is owned and
overseen by our sister organization, the Blessed Nuno
Society de Mexico, A.C
.   In cooperation with the Agua
Prieta DIF, Our Lady Queen of Angels House opened
its doors to children on September 10, 2010 after a
five year, $676,000 fund raising and construction
project
C.R.R.E.D.A. #8
Father Mike Patullo is shown to the right blessing the children at
C.R.R.E.D.A. #8, an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center in Agua
Prieta, Sonora.  Although most of the residents of C.R.R.E.D.A.#8
are adults, some are as young as 11 years old. The Blessed Nuno
Society provides food and supplies on a monthly basis. We also hold
an annual Christmas meal and blanket distribution. (below)
BARRIO OUTREACH PROJECT
Weekly distribution of food and medical supplies to at-risk children in Mexico in our preemptive
effort to keep them from having to be placed in orphanages. We have also organized a soccer team
in one of Agua Prieta's poorest neighborhoods.
ORPHANS OF THE WOMB
Each year in January, the Society
issues a Respect Life Grant to a
non-profit organization chosen
for its work in providing
alternatives to abortion.

In January, each Chapter
celebrates a Mass to pray for a
greater respect of life.

We support a consistent ethic of
life.

Shown above, Father Crossman
buries the abandoned remains of
aborted children, a free service
provided by the Society for many
years.
JUST TRADE PROMOTION
We encourage churches and
organizations to purchase, promote, and
sell Cafe Justo "fair-trade-plus"
products as a way to reduce the need for
orphanages in border cities.  To learn
more about Just Coffee, click on
Justice (above)
HUMANE BORDERS
The Blessed Nuno Society is a member
organization of,  provides ongoing
support for
Humane Borders.  To learn
more about the efforts of Humane Borders
to reduce the death of parents and children
in the Arizona Desert, visit the link below
Mass in St.
Nuno Chapel
at Queen of
Angels House
Queen of
Angels
classroom
opening
day
Queen of Angels House
ST. VINCENT AND THE
GRENADINES CHILDREN

Providing Grants for St.
Benedict's Children's Home and
Bread of Life Orphanage
(RIGHT)