Missionary Colleen Carroll Mitchell lets readers in on a little secret: missionaries need prayer! Here are 5 ways to pray for missionaries.
Browsing: World View
Our friends at Unbound invite you to consider sponsoring Symone, a four year old boy growing up in the Philippines. Through your sponsorship, Symone will receive tangible support such as education and nutrition and will be a part of Unbound’s worldwide mission to end the cycle of poverty.
When Pope Francis visited Mexico this week, he drew the world’s attention to the plight of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers like Pablo who stream toward the United States from Central America in search of protection from violence by gangs and organized criminal networks.
Colombia has a long history of violence between government forces and militant groups. But increasingly there seems to be hope of a more lasting peace between the Farc rebels and the government. Though peace may be close, the decades-long conflict has created a huge impact, especially for families like Martha’s. Read how Unbound has responded.
Our friends at Unbound invite you to consider sponsoring Sinku, a six year old boy growing up in India. Through your sponsorship, Sinku will receive tangible support such as education and nutrition and will be a part of Unbound’s worldwide mission to end the cycle of poverty.
To mark 5 years since the start of the Syrian war, Kevin Hartigan, CRS’ regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, reflects on the evolution of the crisis and the role that the Catholic Church has played in responding to it.
Edibles and clothing, décor and transport – we touch the world as we traverse through our days. Marianna Bartholomew asks, wouldn’t it be great to allow this gratitude to also stir in us a sense of responsibility — one that transcends any sense of entitlement to these goods?
2016 is an exceptional year, with Pope Francis proclaiming this The Holy Year of Mercy. During this time, the pope has invited not only Catholics but all people of goodwill to enter into deeper reflection on the concept of mercy. So let’s reflect a bit, through the lens of Unbound.