Make the world a greener and better place to live this Earth Day.
Everyone can use a pick-me-up! We’ve collected photos by some of our best photographers around the world to brighten the day as you start the new year.
Welcome to “Through the Lens of Our Photographers,” a series of our best photos of the year accompanied by impressions by the photographers themselves.
Motherhood around the world. Every day, we at Catholic Relief Services work with millions of mothers. These women are all connected by one major theme: love. We hope you see yourself or a loved one in each of these women's stories.
There are many forms of love. While romantic love is what many think of during Valentine's Day, we should also remember God's agape or self-sacrificing and unconditional love for each of us. There's also brotherly love that we share with one another.
Human trafficking in Madre de Dios, Peru has a strong connection to illegal gold mining.
Our talented photographers around the world often uncover the unguarded moments of life. They see the subtle changes where our faces can reveal the situation at hand, where a glance can hint at where we’ve been and the eyes alone can sometimes transmit how we feel. These are the faces of CRS.
Our team of photographers takes thousands of pictures each year in every corner of the globe. But there's always a story behind the photo. In this collection, we decided to take you behind the lens, and asked our photographers to share those stories.
Mother Teresa's simple approach to life and service to God can be imitated by anyone willing to love others.
In a remote village in Afghanistan’s Ghor Province, Catholic Relief Services started a classroom for second-graders. Most of the villagers are illiterate, but they know education is the key to their future.