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Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti Oct. 4, 2016.

After Hurricane Matthew strikes Haiti, relief agencies are on the move

Oct 5, 2016

By Kevin J. Jones

Hurricane Matthew caused severe damage and several deaths in Haiti, and relief workers have already started to evaluate the damage.  Read more

A Caritas Athens soup kitchen for refugees in Greece.

There are 21 million refugees around the world in need of solidarity

Jun 20, 2016

By Matt Hadro

As the global refugee crisis is at its worst since World War II, Catholics cannot be indifferent to the plight... Read more

Men work on rebuilding homes in Visayas, Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

What does servant leadership look like on a global scale?

Aug 25, 2015

By Hillary Mast

For Catholic Relief Services' president Dr. Carolyn Woo, the way to lead others is to humbly admit when you don’t... Read more

Children amid devastated buildings in Gaza.

Hope for Gaza? Despite a tough year, Catholic aid group says yes

Jul 23, 2015

By Kevin J. Jones

One year after an outbreak of violence between the Israeli military and Hamas militants in Gaza, Catholic Relief Services is... Read more

A Catholic parish, a mosque, and a Serbian Orthodox parish in Bosanska Krupa, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Catholics voice hope that Pope Francis will build bridges in Bosnia

Jun 3, 2015

By Matt Hadro

Pope Francis will find a country still suffering from ethnic and religious suspicion when he visits Bosnia and Herzegovina this... Read more

How Catholics, Lent, and bowls of rice are changing the world

Feb 18, 2015

Catholic Relief Services’ Rice Bowl program aims to continue its forty-year Lenten tradition of supporting hunger relief – and one... Read more

Sekou-Toure hospital in Tanzania is a CRS-supported AIDSRelief partner, and serves both adult and pediatric clients living with HIV.

Church 'crucial' to fighting AIDS; US must keep funding

Dec 1, 2014

By Matt Hadro

The Church’s involvement in fighting AIDS is crucial and it must keep receiving funding from the U.S. for the number... Read more

Men work on rebuilding homes in Visayas, Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan which hit the area last November.

A year after the storm, gratitude trumps grief for Haiyan survivors

Nov 8, 2014

By Kate Veik

A sign hangs outside a newly re-opened storefront in Tacloban.  Read more