World View Wednesday Archive
If you are human, and I am betting you are, then there is no doubt in my mind that the world and its state of affairs has been pressing heavy on your heart these last few weeks.
The cease fire agreement in the Middle East gives cause for hope and a reminder to continue to pray and to help.
Our brothers and sisters are being persecuted in Iraq. How can we help? Kimberly Cook brings up the example of Saints Perpetua and Felicity.
Reading news about the persecutions against Christians in the Middle East can make us feel helpless. There are ways to reach our brethren with the help they need.
Marianna Bartholomew shares the story of Fr. Bwezani, a missionary priest who serves in Zambia.
When we talk about family reunification, it just doesn't cover it. Everybody here has lived chunks of their lives without the people they need.
Rachel Balducci shares how a trip to El Salvador changed her view.
Colleen Mitchell considers the heartbreak in Iraq and what we can do to help the families and children there.
You've heard about the health benefits of chocolate. One very important health benefit is derived from how we eat chocolate, yet we seldom hear about it: the freedom of twelve thousand children who currently work as slaves
The arrival of Typhoon Rammasun reminds us to keep the families of the Philippines in our prayers.
CRS responds as more children face the perilous prospect of crossing borders to escape poverty and violence.
A prayer group in remote Kerala, India began a Holy Spirit work that is becoming a new power for peace and evangelization in North America.
Catholic Relief Services reflects on how the global game of soccer flourishes in even the poorest reaches of the world and yet how the statistic of extreme poverty also reaches far and wide. CRS has programming that
Colleen Mitchell shares a simple five step plan for helping your kids do a little good this summer.
Lisa Hendey provides an update on the story of Mariam Yehya Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman whose commitment to her faith brought on a death sentence and an international outcry.