Why we shouldn't turn refugees away in their greatest time of need.
CRS' Bill O'Keefe says we need to "avoid demonizing the innocent.”
CRS’ support will help provide accommodations, job assistance, early integration activities and volunteer training.
CRS' Dino Mujanovic, program manager in Serbia, describes what he's seeing on the front lines of the crisis.
NBC Nightly News follows the story of Ana, a Colombian refugee now living a new life in Ecuador where she receives assistance from CRS.
CRS and Caritas are helping some of the nearly 90,000 refugees from Burundi, the majority women and children, who have spilled over the borders into neighboring Tanzania, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo since violence erupted in their country in late April.
CRS is working with Caritas Rwanda to provide nutritional supplementation for thousands in transit camps, many suffering from acute malnutrition.
Already in a difficult situation, Syrian refugees face additional hardship from winter storms.
MSNBC's program "Hardball with Chris Matthews" recently interviewed CRS' Bill O'Keefe about Muslim extremists pushing Iraqi Christians out of Mosul and other areas.
As Pope Francis prepares to visit the Holy Land and Syrian refugees, The Today Show interviewed CRS' Sean Callahan about the situation facing Syrian refugees in Jordan.