World View Wednesday Archive
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.
Rhonda Ortiz shares a chart from Department of Labor website that details goods produced using slave labor, by country of production.
Michael Sheridan shares the amazing story of three generations of determined women in coffee.
Colleen Mitchell shares places to find wonderful fair trade fall accessories.
Ever wonder what it'd be like to have a son in seminary? Or is your son considering joining the seminary? Don't miss this interview with Kathi Klaas, wife, principal, and mom of a first-year seminarian.
By providing improved nutrition, a Burkina Faso clinic helps moms enjoy the blessings of twins.
Can you hold the world in your hands? Literally? Can you take pen to paper and map the world, complete with nations’ borders, capital cities, and features? Taking in daily news, we see thousands lining streets in
On August 28, 2014 a small delegation of bishops from Cuba joined the former Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, for the enthronement of Our Lady of Charity, Patroness of Cuba, in the beautiful Gardens of
The “secrets” of happiness often come in small and simple acts and attitudes like respect, generosity and even leisure.