Socks that Make a Difference: One Step at a Time

Some socks put an outfit together. These socks make the lives of migrants and refugees around the world better.

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5 Eco Friendly Recipes for a Sumptuous Summer Soirée

Simone Blanchard

Ice-cold and good for the earth Serve up some awesome fair trade organic iced coffee from Equal Exchange. Beans are farmed organically and sourced directly from farmer cooperatives across the globe. Check out this supersized iced coffee recipe for a...


Blessed Are The Mothers

“Beatitudes for Mothers,” author unknown   Blessed are the Mothers who love God, for their children shall not be ignorant of their Creator and His plans concerning them.   Blessed are the Mothers who love the word of God, for...


A Daughter’s Perspective: Mother’s Day Gifts

Erin Mackey

I am not a mother.Someday, God-willing I will be, but this Mother’s Day I am on the giving end. And, while “gift giving” is not my top love language (for those 5 Love Languages fans out there), I do like...


That We May Know Easter Joy: Lament for Rana Plaza

Christopher Cox

For a fourth time, people around the world will commemorate the anniversary of history’s deadliest garment industry disaster. On April 24, 2013, near Dhaka in Bangladesh, the eight-story Rana Plaza building collapsed taking the lives of 1,134 workers and injuring...


A Gift of Prayer and Hope

Erin Mackey

As Catholics, we know the gift and power of prayer, whether we are on the giving or receiving end. This Easter season we pray for all those that recently entered the Church as well as for those who will receive...