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News Feeds from Catholic Relief Services

With news feeds, you can get the latest information from Catholic Relief Services in one place, as soon as its published, without having to visit the web pages. News Feeds, also known as RSS feeds, use a technology called XML to deliver headlines and summaries to your desktop or Web browser.

Featured Feeds

CRS offers a variety of specialty feeds based around our web stories, ways to get involved, or press releases. Here are some highlights.

Stories from the Field
Catholic Relief Services regularly publishes stories about the people we serve around the word.
Action Center Alerts
Find out how you can join us in advocating for issues in support of our brothers and sisters worldwide.
CRS Blog
Catholic Relief Services' new web log features regular dispatches about our work around the world. Press Releases up-to-date information for the press about relief responses to world emergencies, the global issues affecting programming in underdeveloped countries as well as "in-the-field" perspectives on CRS programming overseas.
CRS Press Releases
Stay up-to-date with press release information about relief responses to world emergencies, the global issues affecting programming in underdeveloped countries as well as "in-the-field" perspectives on CRS programming overseas.
CRS in the News

How to Use News Feeds

News feeds are really simple to use. Whenever you see this feed link , you can subscribe to a feed using a web browser: Internet Explorer 7, Firefox or Safari. Here are detailed instructions for Firefox and IE7. If your browser doesn't support this feature, you can use any of the popular News Feed Aggregators. Some aggregators are web-based, and others are software for your computer. Choose a reader that is easy to use for you. Here are some examples:

Google Reader
Web-based news aggregator; free
My Yahoo!
Web-based news aggregator; free
FeedDemon
Windows; commercial software, trial available
NetNewsWire
Mac OS X; commercial software, trial available

Using Our News Feeds on Your Site

If you maintain a website, you can display the latest headlines from other websites on your own site using RSS.

We encourage the use of CRS news feeds as part of a website, however, we do require that the proper format and attribution is used when CRS news content appears. The attribution text should read "Catholic Relief Services" or "crs.org" as appropriate. You may not use any CRS logo or other CRS trademark. We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of CRS content and CRS does not accept any liability for its feeds. Please see the Terms of Use for full details.

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