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Immigration Team Fosters Participation And Respect For Human Dignity

Our archdiocesan immigration team helps facilitate social ministry in Hispanic parishes and advocates for the dignity of immigrants. MORE >

Our Faith Called Us To Address Foreclosure

We believe our faith community is called to share and respond to the struggles of our community--including foreclosure that impacted 120 of our parishioners. MORE >

A School That Builds Bridges

Our school near the U.S.-Mexico border witnesses to the unity of the Body of Christ by serving as a bridge between people on both sides. MORE >

Reducing Waste, Caring For Creation

We discovered that what we throw away can often be recycled or reused. Reducing waste helps care for creation. MORE >

Diocese Holds Encuentros To Discern Response To Violence

We held a series of "encuentros" to reflect and discern about how we could respond to gang violence in our diocese. MORE >

College Students Learn Advocacy Skills, Meet With Legislators

Students who take our advocacy course learn skills and then work on issues during the semester, meeting with legislators to advocate for those who are poor and vulnerable. MORE >

Catholic Groups Mobilize To End The Death Penalty In Georgia

Our network of deacons, lay Catholics, and diocesan staff educate, pray, and advocate for an abolition of capitol punishment in Georgia. MORE >

Impassioned Parishioners Lead Large-Scale Advocacy Efforts

We network with other faith communities to help people of faith to act on local, regional and national issues. MORE >

Parish Learns How To Listen In The Neighborhood

We conducted a listening campaign in the neighborhood surrounding our parish to learn about concerns and engage the community. MORE >

Students Embrace Global Solidarity Through The CRS Programs

Marquette University students engage their university on global issues. MORE >

Catholic School Teaches Care For God’s Creation

We teach our children to care for creation through a Zero Waste Day, a recycling and compost program, and education about our responsibility as stewards of God's creation. MORE >

Sisters Unite To Prevent Human Trafficking

Our religious communities and parish women's group educate and work to prevent local human trafficking. MORE >

Parish Supports Community-Led Development Projects Worldwide

Our parish helps sponsor community development projects which empower the people in poverty all over the world. MORE >

Advocacy Helps Students Live Faith That Does Justice

Our students work to change unjust structures by participating in frequent visits to discuss issues of concern with legislators. MORE >

Our Just Wages Recognize The Dignity Of Work

We have committeed to paying all our employees a self-sufficient wage so they can meet their families' needs without assistance. MORE >

Protecting Families And Children In New Mexico

Our Catholic Conference of Bishops and Catholics in parishes across the state of New Mexico played a key role in preserving driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants, which are key to the well-being of families and children. MORE >

Parish forms green teams in response to Laudato Si'

We are forming green teams to help individuals and the institutions we belong to, to better care for people and the environment. MORE >

Catholic Social Teaching 101

This seven-part video series by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholic Relief Services explains each of the seven themes of Catholic social teaching. MORE >

CRS Faculty Learning Commons

Helps faculty members and other academic leaders enrich student learning experiences by tapping into CRS’ expertise in global development and humanitarian response around the world. MORE >

Our Diversity is Our Strength

This brief article reflects on diversity, which is "who we are as a community," rooted in Scripture and a central part of the New Evangelization. MORE >

Students stand in solidarity with migrants

We engaged our campus in a variety of activities to understand migration and advocate for comprehensive immigration reform. MORE >

Chicago parish addresses domestic violence

We responded to the reality of domestic violence through preaching, education, training, and advocacy. MORE >

School engages community in fair trade

With help from CRS, we educated our community about fair trade, solidarity, and respect for human life and dignity. MORE >

University supports cooperative of Haitian coffee farmers as expression of solidarity

We support the efforts of Haitian farmers to ensure fair wages and a self-sufficient future for workers in Northwest Haiti. MORE >

New York parishes write letters in response to child hunger

We wrote more than 3,500 letters to advocate for an end to child hunger in the U.S. MORE >