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Proposal to Eliminate Food Aid and Cut Humanitarian and Development Assistance in FY19 Budget is Short-sighted and Life-threateningFebruary 12, 2018
CRS is deeply concerned about the proposed drastic cuts to international aid.
The 2018 CRS Rice Bowl Media Kit Is Now OnlineJanuary 29, 2018
The media kit helps journalists and churches promote CRS' Lenten campaign.
CRS Celebrates 75th Anniversary This YearJanuary 22, 2018
CRS has achieved more than 7 decades of innovation and growth to fight global poverty.
This Lent CRS Rice Bowl Asks You to Share the JourneyJanuary 8, 2018
CRS Rice Bowl offers Catholics in the United States a way to encounter Lent.
CRS Condemns Decision to Terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for El SalvadorJanuary 8, 2018
"Terminating TPS will tear families apart."
CRS Says National Security Strategy Should Focus on Diplomacy, Climate ChangeDecember 18, 2017
CRS president & CEO Sean Callahan comments on the release of today's strategy.
CRS Extremely Disappointed by U.S. Withdrawal from Global Migration Compact; Calls for U.S. Leadership in Addressing Crisis of Our TimeDecember 4, 2017
“This withdrawal does not reflect the values of the American people”
U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Chairman of International Justice and Peace and President of CRS Urge Continued Funding of Global HIV/AIDS ProgramsDecember 1, 2017
A signed letter urges full funding of HIV/AIDS programs in the FY 2019 budget request.
New Opinion Poll Shows Americans in the Dark about Orphanages; Unwittingly Fueling ‘Orphan Industry’ with Grave Effects on ChildrenNovember 29, 2017
Accompanying Research Review Underlines the Damaging Effects of Orphanages.
CRS Welcomes Pope Francis Drawing Attention to Humanitarian Crisis in Myanmar and BangladeshNovember 28, 2017
Pope Francis' visit to Myanmar highlights one of the biggest humanitarian crisises today.