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    Caritas is providing aid to Ethiopian migrant workers expelled from Saudi Arabia

Caritas is providing aid to Ethiopian migrant workers expelled from Saudi Arabia

By |17 December 2013|

Caritas is providing aid after tens of thousands of Ethiopian migrant workers are expelled from Saudi Arabia

Pope Francis calls for One Human Family, Food for All

By |11 December 2013|

Pope Francis has told crowds in St Peter’s Square that hunger is a scandal and he urged them to support the Caritas ‘One Human Family, Food for All’ campaign.

One wave, one human family, food for all

By |11 December 2013|

Caritas organisations like India, Development and Peace in Canada, CRS and CCUSA in the US, mobilised dioceses to pray for One Human Family, Food for All.

Pope Francis denounces ‘global scandal’ of hunger

By |9 December 2013|

Pope Francis says that the world can no longer turn away from the millions of people who are suffering from hunger.

Caritas to launch global wave of prayer to end hunger

By |29 November 2013|

The Caritas confederation will launch a global “wave of prayer” to promote an end to world hunger on 10th December. It marks the beginning of the Caritas anti-hunger campaign, One Human Family, Food For All. The wave starts on the island of Samoa and will sweep across the globe involving Caritas organisations and many other people on all continents.

Climate change talks in Warsaw

By |19 November 2013|

SCIAF believes that we have a duty to care for creation and that we should all have the opportunity to live life in dignity and to the full.
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    Save the date! Wave of prayer against hunger on 10th December

Save the date! Wave of prayer against hunger on 10th December

By |19 November 2013|

We invite all of you to set aside at least half an hour at midday on 10th December to be part of our "wave of prayer" which will cross through all continents of the world.

One human family, food for all

By |10 November 2013|

Caritas believes that it is a scandal that nearly a billion people are hungry today in a world that has the resources to feed everyone.

Together against poverty and exclusion debate

By |14 October 2013|

Caritas Internationalis and the EU Embassy to the Holy See sponsored a public debate Friday 11 October with Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament and Caritas Internationalis representative Justin Kilcullen.

The Pope, the Cardinal and YOU!

By |3 October 2013|

The Cardinal’s message will be part of the launch of the Caritas confederation’s hunger campaign on 10th December. This is World Human Rights day

Peace talks only option to Syria crisis

By |25 September 2013|

Caritas Internationalis says that the ongoing civil war in Syria can only be resolved through inclusive peace talks.

Empowerment through participation Post-2015

By |25 September 2013|

Caritas says that the empowerment of people in poverty must be central to global development as the United Nations plans its strategy for closing the gap between rich and poor in coming years.
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    Caritas Pakistan joins protests after deadly suicide attack in church

Caritas Pakistan joins protests after deadly suicide attack in church

By |25 September 2013|

Two suicide bombers struck a historic church in the Pakistani city of Peshawar on Sunday, killing 81 people attending Mass. It was one of the deadliest attacks on Christians in Pakistan's history.

Syrian refugees in Lebanon pray for peace

By |12 September 2013|

Following Pope Francis’s appeal for a world day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria and the Middle East on the 7 September 2013, Caritas Lebanon celebrated mass with Syrian families sheltering in the Saint Gabriel monastery in Ajaltoun (Kesrouan).

“Is this really the world that I desire?”

By |9 September 2013|

Syria vigil and fast By Michelle Hough, communications officer with Caritas Internationalis The first time I ever heard of Damascus was in the story of the conversion of Saint Paul. It’s a story that speaks of the possibility of change and forgiveness; where dark hearts are flooded with light and those who persecute can go on to do good. I was in St Peter’s Square on Saturday night along with around 100,000 people, leaders of other faiths, prelates, Caritas colleagues (thanks to Alfonso for saving me a seat!), Italian politicians and of course Pope Francis to pray for such a change of heart regarding Syria. As dusk descended over Saint Peter’s Square, Pope Francis said, “God’s world is a world where everyone feels responsible for the other, for the good of the other. This evening, in reflection, fasting and prayer, each of us deep down should ask ourselves: Is this really the [...]

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