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Lack of resources, low agricultural productivity and climate change among challenges highlighted
A major independent survey of Caritas groups around the world points to the best way to end hunger – help small farmers, especially as they try to adapt to the changing climate. The survey was unveiled by Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, outgoing president of Caritas Internationalis, and Cardinal Luis Antonio Ta...read more
Articles from section "Charity and Relief Organizations"
The papal almoner, Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, has organized a visit for 150 homeless to visit the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Thursday in the early afternoon, reports Vatican …read more
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The president of the episcopal conference of Korea has exhorted the Church to put the poor at core of its mission. Archbishop of Gwangju, South Korea, Igino Kim Hee-Joong, who is in Rome for …read more
Nicaraguan farmers and Syrian refugees have won the Caritas-Voices of Faith-prize for women. During a press conference yesterday at the Hotel Columbus in Vatican City, Caritas Internationalis …read more
In West Africa, the Ebola epidemic claimed some 10,000 victims in 2014. Almost a year ago, the outbreak spread from Guinea the neighboring countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia. Thanks to …read more