Families displaced by armed conflict seek new ways to earn money in host communities that struggle with influx of new residents.
Following persecution and upheaval, 1.5 million people find a path to protection, dignified living and a better future.
With their generous Ugandan hosts, refugees began rebuilding what they’d lost when they fled a deadly conflict.
Follow Mother Cabrini’s example and join our new campaign to support migrants and refugees.
Livelihoods grants and training help refugees build businesses.
CRS provides grants to help refugees earn college degrees.
Use the Share the Journey Refugee Toolkit to commemorate World Refugee Day on June 20.
On Wednesday, December 12, Catholics across the country are encouraged to mark the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe by praying in solidarity with migrants and refugees everywhere.
In 1943, 1,500 Polish refugees escaped the horrors of the Russian labor camps.
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.