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From UCA News: CRS and other Church Agencies Respond to Cyclone Hudhud

October 16, 2014

CRS and India Church partners are providing emergency relief for people affected by Cyclone Hudhud, which made landfall on India last Monday.

CRS’ Jennifer Poidatz (right) speaks with healthcare workers who are working with CRS to stop the spread of Ebola in Monrovia, Liberia. Photo courtesy of Dr. Tim Flanigan/Brown University

Q&A on Ebola with CRS Staffer Who Was On-the-Ground in Liberia

October 16, 2014

A Q&A with CRS’s Jennifer Poidatz about the Ebola situation in Liberia, where CRS and partners are working to stop the virus’ spread.

CRS President & CEO, Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo

Carolyn Woo’s CNS Column – Grace in a Hyper-Competitive Culture

October 16, 2014

‘Grace in a Hyper-Competitive Culture’ by CRS President & CEO Carolyn Woo is part of her ongoing column, ‘Our Global Family,’ written monthly for Catholic News Service (CNS).

Central African Republic. Photo by Sam Phelps for CRS

From CNA: Violence Subsides in Central African Republic Capital, But What Next?

October 15, 2014

After violence again flared up last week in the Central African Republic, Catholic News Agency spoke with CRS’ Leann Hager about the country’s future.

South Sudan. Photo by Ric Francis for Catholic Relief Services

Aid Agencies Warn That a Potential Crisis Looms in South Sudan

October 14, 2014

CRS and other aid agencies warn of a possible famine in South Sudan next year if the 9-month long conflict escalates as expected.

Central African Republic. Photo by Sam Phelps for CRS

From The New Yorker: A Last Defense Against Genocide in Central African Republic

October 14, 2014

The New Yorker magazine provides an excellent overview of what led up to the current violence in the Central African Republic.

Week of Action Kicks Off to End World Hunger

October 12, 2014

Caritas Internationalis, the worldwide Catholic charitable organization of which Catholic Relief Service is a part, has launched a weeklong effort to raise awareness of its “One Human Family: Food For All” campaign to end hunger throughout the world.

Photo by Silverlight/CRS

CRS Urges Increase of Refugee Visas for Central American Children

October 7, 2014

CRS applauds the Obama administration’s plan to allow several thousand Central American children to apply for refugee status in the United States from their home countries as a first step to address the needs of so many children fleeing violence.

CRS President & CEO, Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo

Dr. Woo on The New Evangelization and Catholic Social Teaching

October 4, 2014

A summary in tweets from Dr. Carolyn Woo’s USCCB webinar on “The New Evangelization and Catholic Social Teaching.”


New Report Shows Ebola Misconceptions and Stigma Persist in Sierra Leone

October 1, 2014

A recent Ebola study in Sierra Leone shows that knowledge about the disease is low and there are serious misconceptions and stigma towards Ebola-infected persons.