- May 10, 2021
The Burton family from Lake Charles, Louisiana, were on the way home from a New Mexico skiing vacation when the worst winter storm in recent Texas history brought the state to a perpetual halt.
A months-long project to build a tiny home checked all the boxes for Blessed Trinity High School in Roswell.
Freeport, Bahamas, was particularly hard-hit by Hurricane Dorian. Catholic Charities is providing assistance.
The Trump administration is weighing a plan that uses a different definition of inflation to determine who lives in poverty and who does not.
The plan, floated in the spring, has raised concerns among Catholic advocates for low-income and working families.
Divine Word Father Andrew Campbell, pastor of Christ the King Parish in Accra, called on young people to join the Society of St. Vincent de Paul so they can gain a greater appreciation of a vocation serving the poor.
A church that “fosters and perpetuates exclusion and marginalization is to that extent a God-less church,” according to the Archbishop of Dublin.
As the Society of St. Vincent de Paul continues to evolve into an organization that asks why the people it serves are poor, one unavoidable answer is imprisonment.
The Indianapolis Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul host what they believe to be the largest food pantry in the Midwest, if not in the country, giving out groceries to 3,000 families each week.