Constance Hull reports on the fact that threats to religious liberty are a worldwide issue, including here at home in the United States.
Browsing: World View
Religiously-charged conflict in Central African Republic begs our prayers.
Amid all of the violence in Central African Republic (CAR), I did not expect to see images of pilgrimage and faith. In the town of Boda, Lobaye District, pilgrims gathered to celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary. The photos are beautiful. The ceremony is spiritual.
A home grown medical mission to Haiti blesses two communities, one domestic, one abroad.
Stephanie Bosse, the program Coordinator for the work of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in the Diocese of Orlando, shares a unique perspective on the importance of Fair Trade goods.
If you could see your Church in southern Sudan, along with all the familiar sights, you would see roads, clinics, wells, civic meetings, microfinance institutions, farms and small business. In short, the material supports of civilization are introduced and maintained here by your Church.
Today, we unveil our new World View Wednesday feature and invite you to become a part of our global community of prayer.