Children young and old have joined a campaign to send letters of love and hope to an innocent man in China this winter — and we invite you to do the same.
Results from Tag: 'corporal works of mercy'
Reaching Out to Those Behind Bars: Prison Ministry Becomes ‘Vibrant Movement’ Across India’s Catholic Church
Initiated by a pair of seminarians more than 40 years ago, Prison Ministry India is now a nationwide effort, with more than 8,000 volunteers serving inmates in 1,300 jails.
Catholic school student aims to be a “Bright Light” in his community
‘We’re in this for the long haul,’ in terms of physical and spiritual aid, entities promise.
Papal message for the 2022 World Day of the Poor was published on June 14.
COMMENTARY: As Jesus said, ‘When you did it to one of the least of my brethren here’ — like a mother who has her hands full — ‘you did it to me.’
Uvalde Mortician: Without a Relationship With God ‘There’s No Way You Can Handle Something Like This’
Andres Ybarra prays throughout the day amid his work and is devoted to the Divine Mercy Chaplet and the Rosary.
Catholic parishes and charities are extending aid to those who have suffered disproportionately from the COVID pandemic.
How the Catholic community is working to assist those in need, offering housing to those living on the streets.
Errands of Mercy: Catholic Funeral Director Accompanies Families Through Mourning With Christian Hope
Victor Sweeney feels called to his work with the grieving and the dead.