World View Wednesday Archive
Mary Atenio had "no dreams left." Now she's the dream her community needed.
With Filipino Catholics dispersing across every continent, the nine-day novena of Simbang Gabi Masses has gone global, too. In many areas, it’s not hard to find the novena in churches large and small.
We have some plans to say "Yes" together as a community. Colleen Mitchell tells you more about it!
The Thanksgiving holiday provides an opportunity to serve those for whom giving thanks is a challenge.
Where does your faith reside? What feeds it? Edward Hoyt explores it in this week's World View Wednesday post.
One year later, much rebuilding has been done in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan, but our support and prayers are still greatly needed.
Marianna Bartholomew reminds us of the sacrifice that missionaries make for each of us. When missionaries visit our churches to tell their stories, let’s listen, learn, introduce ourselves to them personally, keep them in our daily prayers,
CRS wants to know how fair trade affects you...and there's a fun Advent contest involved!
Media reports on the recently concluded Synod on the Family have ranged from confusing to disturbing to only mildly reassuring. But in the midst of it all, faithful women like Prof. Janet E. Smith and Maggie Gallagher
People like Ric DeVeyra emerge during crisis to show that it is possible to pick up the pieces in the wake of disaster.
Here are ten links that will inspire your heart for the poor.
Lisa Hendey interviews CRS team member Michael Stulman about how we can aid in stemming the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
Get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping with these Fair Trade resources.
Lisa Hendey shares a prayer resource that is helping her to focus her prayers for those in need around the world.
We can help ourselves and our children expand beyond textbook lessons of geography, history, and current events.