With Veterinary Technician Jude's help, Sister Toni Temporiti, C.P.P.S., hands over a pregnant cow to Guadencia, a farmer in Masaka, Uganda, marking the beginning of her "living loan" in 2012. (Photo by Heather Cammarata)
Michael V. Tueth, S.J. October 26, 2017
The price of that hamburger could help an African family start a business. And the money to do this could be given to them as a loan, not as a charitable gift.
A train carries coal near Ravenna, Ky., in this 2014 file photo. Catholic groups are developing a new tool to rank countries' work in human and environmental development. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
The "Laudato Si" Observatory will attempt to measure how countries are living up to the famous Papal encyclical on the environment.
(AP Photo/Matthew J. Sroka)
Robert David Sullivan July 12, 2017
A record low moving rate may be worsening inequality in the United States.
"In all my work with African countries, I don't know of any which is screaming, 'Come and help us, we have this abortion crisis.'"
BEFORE THE STORM. Oscar Isaac, left, as aspiring Mayor Nick Wasicsko in 'Show Me a Hero'
Maurice Timothy Reidy August 17, 2015
At the heart of the class combat in "Show Me a Hero" is fear, a fear that is made worse by the fact the black, brown and white residents of Yonkers know very little about one another.
SOWING THE FUTURE. Can private investment be put to work against poverty? A farmer digs irrigation channels in Alauca, Honduras.
Kevin Clarke June 24, 2014
A new development model seeks to turn the power of the market economy to social good.