World View Wednesday Archive
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.
CRS helps a former gang member in El Salvador get off the streets and into a life of work and service.
Sr. Margaret Kerry, fsp shares how faith is alive in Africa and is being done to support and nurture Catholics and Christians on the African continent.
An in-depth look at the "new springtime" in the Church in Ireland from Eddie Cotter, Jr., founder of the Dead Theologians Society
However you choose to label it, I think we can all agree that the atrocity of human beings bought and sold for the satisfaction of others is a great evil. But what can we do? Colleen Mitchell
Some political issues remain simply political until they visibly impact the lives of those around us. Then suddenly we recognize them as issues of human dignity. Lisa Schmidt revisits one such situation.
As violence displace tens of thousands of people in South Sudan, Catholic Relief Services is responding.
A look at one family's plight amidst the ongoing crisis in Central African Republic.