For this mother, CRS project means no longer watching her children suffer from hunger.
When the rain stops and the crops dry up, there are still many things that can help people survive: boreholes that bring water, new seeds that survive drought, different crops that preserve topsoil.
Forced off their ancestral lands, the Batwa needed to learn new skills to cope in a new culture.
At Catholic Relief Services, we are blessed every day to experience the beauty of God’s creatures. In honor of St. Francis of Assisi’s feast day on October 4, we are delighted to share some of our best photography of animals around the world paired with Bible verses and other quotes.
Volunteers go door-to-door urging their fellow citizens to make their voices heard with their vote.
Through the Church and agencies such as Catholic Relief Services, we can reach everywhere there is need, and always respond to Jesus in disguise.
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.
Religious sisters expand outreach to children in Kenya, Malawi and Zambia.
Two years after Super Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines, claiming more than 6,200 lives and destroying millions of homes, CRS has repaired and rebuilt 20,000 safe and durable shelters. By making cash grants, providing construction materials and training carpenters, CRS has ensured that...
Ashaa’s frail frame and weary gaze suggest someone who is accustomed to hardship. She lives in a small apartment in the town of Zarqa in Jordan, with her husband, who is sick, and five children. The family fled their native Syria, and now relies mostly on aid to survive.