Catholic Relief Services shares a simple meatless recipe for Lent: Pupusas de Queso, a cheese-filled tortilla, from El Salvador.
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Lisa Hendey discusses how, inspired by Luke’s gospel teaching on generosity, we might act as families this Lenten season to turn our almsgiving into a yearlong way of life.
Women of the THRIVE Caregivers group in Kenya irrigate their farm with water from Lake Victoria. Catholic Relief Services formed this group to help mothers battling depression.
As we prepare for the Lenten season, Catholic Relief Services reminds us that we are called to encounter one another—to look for Christ in our neighbors all around us, and to go with peace into the world each day.
Meet Sean Callahan, new president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services.
Catholic Relief Services’ photographers takes thousands of pictures each year in every corner of the globe. But there’s always a story behind the photo.
On Monday, December 12, Catholics across the country have been encouraged by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops to mark the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe by praying in solidarity with migrants and refugees everywhere.
For those who don’t think they have time to make an Advent retreat, Catholic Relief Services packs a powerful spiritual experience in a 10-minute online retreat. Barb Szyszkiewicz shares her impressions of “Holy Family, Refugee Family.”
As much as we are making way for God to come into the world, we are, too, making way for God to come into our hearts. Join Catholic Relief Services in this Advent season in praying the prayers, engaging more deeply and more globally in this holy season.