Catholics are called to address issues of systemic racism as a part of the church’s social justice work, advocates said Jan. 29 at the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering in Washington.
Church called to address issues of systemic racism in social justice work, advocates say
Open arms, open hearts, open doors: Welcoming strategies for newcomers
The rise this winter of COVID-19’s omicron variant wiped out a lot of people’s travel plans, including for some of the United States’ most recent arrivals.
Texas village puts an exclamation point on its effort to end homelessness
Nobody ever thought that doing the good deed of feeding some homeless people in the Texas capital of Austin would spawn a neighborhood where the homeless are homeless no longer.
Community land trusts a possible answer for escalating housing costs
Community land trusts are celebrating their 50th anniversary in the United States in 2019, and Catholic figures had a role in their development.
Community leaders get ‘snapshot’ of poverty in greater St. Cloud area
Poverty is a problem facing more than 13.5 percent of all people nationwide. Jon Ruis, president and CEO of United Way of Central Minnesota, shared statistics about the thousands of people in Central Minnesota living in poverty.