Browsing: Social Justice
On the eve of World Day of Social Justice, Lisa Hendey looks at ways to bring this international commemoration to life in our Catholic homes and parishes.
“Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a scourge upon the body of Christ. It is a crime against humanity.” – Pope Francis. Learn how singer/songwriter Amanda Vernon works to help victims of this crime in Brian Kravec’s look at how music can raise awareness of this terrible industry.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares the story of one mother who has devoted her life to working against the death penalty.
Christine Donnelly, Communications Manager of the USCCB office of Migration and Refugee Services, brings us information on on the plight of Unaccompanied Child Refugees and how we can help.
In the battle for our independence, ee cannot be onlookers but must be active participants. God has given us the spiritual arsenal needed to win this battle. It is time to use it!
Our Catholic Faith gives us guidelines about stewardship of resources that make more sense than political rhetoric.
Tina Santiago-Rodriguez brings us up to date on the recent kidnappings of hundreds of girls in Nigeria.
Editor’s note: As we approach Labor Day, we are pleased to share a series of articles from the United States…