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 Light in the Darkness of Human Trafficking

CRS

In the world of conscientious shopping there are often three issues that rise to the top when considering a purchase: fair payment, safe working conditions and no child labor. While there is much to unpack behind each of these issues,...


5 Tips to Bring Sanity to Your Back to School Season

Simone Blanchard

Thirty-seven erasers, 15 barely used notebooks, 105 pencils, 4 holey backpacks and 2 smelly lunch boxes. That is our inventory of perfectly usable school supplies. And I only have one child! Even so, I just received the dreaded list of...


Audrey Assad: A Eucharistic People

Audrey Assad

'No man is an island, entire of itself.' —John Donne One of the most beautiful teachings the Catholic Church has to offer to an as-ever polarized and divided world is the idea that we are all connected to each other. Embedded...


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...