For most of us, spiritual thirst is the only dire thirst we will ever know. We may experience physical thirst temporarily, but the constant lack of access to clean water that will bring us life and relief and physical hope and possibility? We will likely never know that kind of thirst. Colleen C. Mitchell shows how you can help those without access to clean drinking water.
See how Catholic Relief Services helps young children develop to their full potential through play.
Lisa Hendey shares a “Storify” recap of her recent #CRSMedia Mission to Tanzania.
As she readies to take off for Tanzania, Lisa Hendey shares what 1,800 Rice Bowls look like and how they can change lives.
On my “to do” list today are things like “learn how to say ‘please’ in Kiswahili” and “buy heavy duty bug…
I can’t believe that in less than two weeks, I will be in Tanzania! If you missed my big announcement…
Lisa Hendey will be traveling to Tanzania in 2015 with Catholic Relief Services. She invites you to come along for this amazing adventure to witness how your CRS Rice Bowl contributions are changing lives.
When we pray the “Our Father”, taking the time to meditate upon the meaning of each of its phrases, we often have to remind ourselves what it means for the Lord to “give us this day our daily bread.” Colleen Mitchell shares about her friend Esther and invites us all to remember those struggling from malnourishment in our daily “Our Father.”
It is often difficult for us to imagine exactly what Pope Francis is referencing when he speaks with such passionate conviction about the needs of the poor. What may be even more difficult for us to imagine is that in the places where the poor live, the Church herself is more often than not poor. Colleen Mitchell invites you to leave your prayers in the comments as a spiritual bouquet for the community she’ll be serving in Tanzania this week.