- Jan 17, 2020
Sister Larraine Lauter and her Water With Blessings organization work to eradicate cholera from Haiti.
A $60 million settlement to be paid by Fairfield University and several Catholic organizations and individuals will go to as many as 170 Haitian children at a Catholic orphanage who were abused by convicted pedophile Douglas Perlitz.
The Department of Homeland Security has filed notice that it is extending Temporary Protection Status for foreign nationals from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti and Sudan until Jan. 2, 2020.
Catholic Relief Services operations began returning to normal following more than a week of unrest by Haitians frustrated by government corruption and high inflation.
As human rights organizations commemorated the 1964 execution of two young dissidents during the regime of Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier, a priest spoke out for the first time about the incident.
Catholic international aid charities have pledged zero-tolerance for sexual exploitation by their employees as a sex abuse scandal affecting one of Britain’s largest charities is now latching onto U.N. aid agencies.