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The feast of Our Lady of Sorrows is September 15. In our reflection on the Blessed Mother, we see a refugee, a heartbroken parent, a mother burying her child. We see the sorrows of our world, and by contemplating them, we encounter one another in deepening solidarity.
USCCB and CRS Respond to Administration’s Call for Rescissions of $2-4 Billion of Funds for State Department and USAID
CRS has served a quarter million orphans and vulnerable children by helping communities nurture and protect them.
CRS responds after violent conflict drives people from their homes into makeshift tent cities.
A CRS program helps people with HIV return to normal, more productive lives.
It’s easy to write-off the story of the Transfiguration.
It’s too fantastical, we might say. What does the word even mean? Scripture tells us that Christ’s “face changed in appearance and his clothing became dazzling white.” Most of us can’t identify with such a miraculous experience!...
Learn the facts about human trafficking: how it is caused, where it happens, and how you can help stop human trafficking by supporting CRS.