“Co-responsibility and participation” by all the baptized are the key building blocks for a church that is united and in solidarity with the poor, said the pope.
Every Catholic has something to contribute to the church, pope says
Guitarist’s gift cards to needy families bring them some Christmas joy
It’s not about giving back, he said, but rather “giving forward,” says Kevin Todd about his annual giving.
St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill offers hospitality to migrant busloads
The local church, partnering with SAMU First Response, began offering hospitality in late July to migrants arriving on buses sent to Washington by the governors of Texas and Arizona.
Bishop prohibits prelature from accepting aid from those damaging Amazon
Bishop José Ionilton Lisboa de Oliveira said at first the decree was only about suspending resources given by politicians, but he decided to make the decree also include companies.
At Caritas warehouse in Poland, supplies for Ukraine are scarce
As Ukrainians continue to defend their West-looking independence and democracy, they need support from their friends and neighbors.
U.S. students make connection with Ukrainian refugee children in Slovakia
Even as compassion and sympathy overwhelm people across the world, it is impossible to comprehend the depth of the plight of the Ukrainians.
Australian priest: More homeless in Hong Kong than he’s seen in 36 years
Catholic priest favors the fast-food chain is that the 24-hour stores were among the few places that allowed homeless people to stay in the late evening and early morning hours.
Mexican bishops issue another appeal for anti-hunger program
Mexico’s bishops have restarted an anti-hunger campaign, saying the pandemic has pushed millions of Mexicans into unemployment and poverty.