Today we remember and honor the memory of our loved ones who have passed on, as well as for those who have passed on around the world. Click here to view the full prayer from Catholic Relief Services.
Today is World Food Day 2015! This day marks the founding of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. This year’s theme is: “Social Protection and Agriculture: Breaking the Cycle of Rural Poverty”. Join in solidarity against hunger, especially among the poorest people. Visit the websites of the Food and Agricultural Organization, HeiferContinue reading “World Food Day 2015”
This excerpt from Sunday By Sunday for November 17 seems especially apt following the destruction of Typhoon Haiyan: “In the face of war, earthquakes, famines, plagues – the regular stuff of today’s headlines – Jesus recommends patient endurance. He has taught us how to live every day. Indeed every tragedy catches individuals in the midstContinue reading “The Verbs of Everyday Living”
As stated in this week’s Sunday By Sunday: Many people in our world need help to survive. AIDS has left thousands of children in Africa without parents. Learn about Catholic Relief Service’s response to these problems: Catholic Relief Services works in over 30 countries throughout Africa and strives to enhance human dignity, empower the peopleContinue reading “Catholic Relief Services”
Your Gift of Water Is Something to Celebrate | CRS Voices. Dear Friend, Getting water is so simple for us: We turn on the faucet, and there it is. When that doesn’t happen—maybe a water pipe breaks or maintenance shuts off the supply—we consider it a huge hardship. I experienced that once as a youngContinue reading “Your Gift of Water Is Something to Celebrate | CRS Voices”
The first of the six works of mercy named in the gospel for Christ the King (November 20, 2011) is feed the hungry. The countries of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia, are experiencing their worst drought in 60 years. Deaths in southern Somalia have reached famine level. According to Caritas International, the lack of water hasContinue reading “Works of Mercy: Feed the Hungry”