Catholic Relief Services
IMAGE: CNS photo/Adrees Latif, Reuters By Rhina Guidos WASHINGTON (CNS) — As a group from Central America heads to the border between the U.S. and Mexico, the Trump administration is said to be getting ready to send troops to meet them and Catholic groups are asking that the migrants be
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Two U.S. Catholic leaders have called on Catholics to pray for victims of Hurricanes Michael and Florence, along with responders to these storms, and to donate to recovery efforts in the impacted areas. “Let us respond with prayer and personal generosity,” said Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of
Hurricane Florence has had an impact on the Carolinas and assistance is needed. Catholic Charities USA provides essentials to the affected communities and CCUSA is working closely with local agencies to support individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Florence. To help n their efforts, click here
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Archdiocese of Cincinnati will be taking up The Catholic Relief Services Collection on April 14 and 15. Your support of this collection serves Jesus in disguise in some of the most marginalized communities in our world. This national collection funds six Catholic agencies
Though it’s been several weeks since devastating hurricanes swept through the United States, and the Caribbean, our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico face a harrowing road to recovery. Here’s a minute video from Catholic News Service.
Neighbor helping neighbor. Father Enrique Camacho, executive director of Caritas Puerto Rico, took to the air via a National Guard of Puerto Rico helicopter and delivered food, water, solar lamps, batteries and other supplies to the main office of Catholic Charities of the U.S. Virgin Islands (CCVI) on St. Thomas.
The Bishops of Texas have issued a list of Catholic charities helping in rescue and recovery following the devastating impact of Saturday’s hurricane and the ongoing flooding in the state. They emphasize that cash contributions are their greatest need. National organizations, including Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA), are collecting funds, but
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Our archdiocese will be taking up The Catholic Relief Services Collection (CRSC) April 29 and 30. By participating in this collection, you are responding to Jesus in disguise in some of the most marginalized communities in our world. The CRSC provides services for immigrants,
Margaret Mwenya, a Catholic Relief Servies Senior Director, will speak about CRS’s work around the world and especially in Zambia. How do your Rice Bowl donations help others? Find out from the Senior Director of Nutrition and Food Security for CRS in Zambia. Sponsored by the Springfield City Social Action
My Dear Friends in Christ, Through humanitarian aid, resettling displaced individuals and families, and providing legal and advocacy services for migrants, the Catholic Relief Services Collection allows us to see every encounter with a person who is suffering as an opportunity to help Jesus in disguise.