As we gaze on a world of refugees, stateless and endangered, in search of asylum, it is hard for the Catholic mind not to turn back to St. Maximilian Kolbe.
After six years of conflict, Syrian refugees need your help now more than ever.
As the chief translator for Catholic Relief Services in Serbia, Kemal El Shairy, 28, is on the frontlines of our humanitarian response to the European refugee crisis.
A Ph.D. student in international relations at the University of Belgrade, El Shairy’s days are now spent trying to help people at the heavily trafficked border crossings better understand their legal circumstances and potential next steps.
Catholic Relief Services partners with the Scalabrini Mission to help refugee families resettle with dignity.
The world has taken little notice of the thousands of people who have left Colombia because of conflict and violence.
A new Catholic Relief Services project helps displaced workers restart livelihoods disrupted by conflict.
Through an annual summer camp run out of their center in Lebanon’s remote Bekaa Valley, the Congregation of our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd Sisters succeeds at providing Syrian refugee children with a safe space for them to play, learn, and heal.
Catholic Relief Services doctor Katarina Mitrovic of Serbia talks about what it’s like to respond to the European refugee crisis.
For many Americans, debit cards have almost replaced money for everyday purchases.
Now they might do that for thousands of Syrian refugees and Jordanians impacted by the refugee influx.
Catholic Relief Services and Caritas Jordan are providing about 1,800 people with rental assistance through prepaid debit cards in a pilot project to streamline assistance and give new freedom to those who use them.