A world of difference: An interview with the president of CRS

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Article Social Justice
Catholic Relief Services circles the globe to provide life-changing aid, but it doesn’t have to look far for inspiration—there is plenty in the gospel.

Direct deposit: Putting money in the hands of those in need

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Article Ethic of Life Social Justice

Cutting out the middleman may increase the value of our charitable donations.


Direct deposit: Putting money in the hands of those in need

By Kevin Clarke| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life Social Justice

Cutting out the middleman may increase the value of our charitable donations.


Unite our diverse church

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Article Immigration Social Justice Vatican
With the church at a crossroads, Catholics look to Pope Francis for guidance. Former Vatican ambassador Miguel Díaz says the new pope must embrace the church’s diversity.

Seek out the weak and the excluded

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With the church at a crossroads, Catholics look to Pope Francis for guidance. Jean Vanier gives the new pope advice on reaching out to the least among us.

Full of surprises: Pope Benedict’s unexpected social justice legacy

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Article Social Justice Vatican

Pope Benedict kept us guessing—especially on matters of social justice.


Full of surprises: Pope Benedict’s unexpected social justice legacy

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Article Social Justice Vatican

Pope Benedict kept us guessing—especially on matters of social justice.


A mother's struggle with her son's incarceration

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Article Social Justice

Luisa Borrego didn’t know much about the prison system before her son, at only 14 years old, was arrested after being in the back seat of a car during a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. He was convicted of murder and now, at age 20, is serving a sentence of 50 years to life.


A mother's struggle with her son's incarceration

By Scott Alessi| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Social Justice

Luisa Borrego didn’t know much about the prison system before her son, at only 14 years old, was arrested after being in the back seat of a car during a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. He was convicted of murder and now, at age 20, is serving a sentence of 50 years to life.


A model for justice: Restorative practices in New Zealand

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Article Social Justice

Since it was first pioneered in the mid-1970s, restorative justice has been used in criminal justice cases throughout the world. But nowhere has the practice taken more of a hold—and shown more promising results—than New Zealand.


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