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Submit your Lenten gift by phone, mail or online—25% of donations support hunger and poverty relief efforts in local dioceses. More
Aimée’s family has farmed for years. Find out what they’re doing differently now to tackle hunger in this week’s CRS Rice Bowl Story of Hope. More
Home is our place for safety and security. Learn what home is like for 3 young women in Vietnam, Honduras and Kenya.More
CRS Rice Bowl is a Catholic Relief Services Lenten tradition that can enrich your spiritual journey and put you in touch with a wider community of believers.More
Here are “must-know” facts about Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent.More
In Anastasia’s Des Moines-based convenience store, you’ll find a CRS Rice Bowl sitting next to the cash register. More
CRS Rice Bowl involves millions of Catholics of all ages every year. The annual program has helped millions around the world.More
Lent is a time of something more, not less.More
Okay, maybe Pope Francis didn’t literally say, “Do CRS Rice Bowl this Lent.” But, if you’ve read his...More
There is a saying, “It is better to give than to receive.” This might be more self-evident if it were not so very good to receive.
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