September 1 is recognized as the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.
Cllimate change affects small communities around the world and the key to resilience is a community that is united.
Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in 50 years. Despite the pressing need, Ethiopia has avoided a full-blown humanitarian disaster. Here's why.
From Lake Poopó to the Chacaltaya Glacier, Bolivia's water is disappearing at an alarming rate due to climate change. This is impacting thousands of Bolivians who are having to change the way they live to survive.
We recently sat down with Catholic Relief Services CEO Dr. Carolyn Woo, Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski and Father James Martin, SJ of America Magazine to have a conversation about climate change and the legacy of Laudato Si’.
June 18 marks the one year anniversary of Laudato Si', Pope Francis' encyclical about the environment.
Catholic Relief Services is working with Ethiopians to reduce their vulnerability to the current and future climate crises.
While a prolonged dry spell threatens the lives of millions, some Ethiopians are taking steps to withstand the crisis.
Farmers are fighting the climate and poverty in an uphill battle against coffee leaf rust. But there is hope.
Along with ongoing development programs, CRS is providing food aid to nearly 3 million people facing hunger and malnutrition.