What I Own Is Not Ultimately Mine

Sustainable living is a new way for me to grow in holiness and to live out Catholic social teaching.

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Corynne Staresinic

A Crime Against Humanity

CRS Staff

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.  See how Catholic Relief Services uses a strategy of prevention, protection, prosecution, and partnership to support people at risk of trafficking and read how this work is being carried out in Peru....


THE JOYFUL MYSTERIES OF THE ROSARY

CRS Staff

INTRODUCTION By meditating on the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary, we accompany Mary and Joseph as they learn that Mary will bring the Son of God into the world, and we journey with them through Christ’s birth and into his...


New Video: The Power Behind Your Purchase

Have you ever considered who made your clothes, jewelry or food? There is a person behind each of these products. Learn about the importance of our purchasing decisions and hear from women whose lives have changed thanks to better business....


Sarah Kroger: Seeing Ethical Trade Firsthand

‘If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.’ —Saint Teresa of Calcutta I went to Catholic school from kindergarten through 12th grade. I remember learning about the Church’s teaching on social...


Kick off the Global Migration Campaign

Rebekah Lemke

“Put your best foot forward.” “Don’t put your foot in your mouth.” “May your feet take you where your heart wants to go.” Many familiar sayings refer to the foot. Your feet move you, guide you and take you places....


Top 5 Elements of an Epic Youth Conference

Erin Mackey

“Dear young people, let yourselves be taken over by the light of Christ, and spread that light wherever you are.” —St. John Paul II Young people today are living out the message of St. John Paul II and spreading the...