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Catholic Relief Services
CRS Rice Bowl
Fair Trade - Work of Human Hands
Youth Food Fast Hunger Awareness Program
CRS Coffee Project
Missions - About Us
Pontifical Mission Societies
Missionary Cooperative Plan
MCP Participation Applicaton
MCP Organization Guidelines
Mission Collection Procedures - Parish Guidelines
Parish Guidelines for Visiting MCP Missionaries
But what about these other organizations that are always calling me?
Providing Support, Accountability, Fairness, and Vision. The rationale for the 4 percent retention
World Mission Sunday
Missionary Childhood Association
Partnership in Mission
Application and Honor Code
Partnership in Mission Newsletter
Mary Meyers and the Water with Blessings Story
The Second Mile Woman
Vic Trinkus - He's on the right side
Calendar of Events
Living Mission Wherever we are!
 

 

An outreach of the U.S. Catholic Bishops, Catholic Relief Services has been working to alleviate poverty, hunger and suffering since 1943. Those who suffer from the effects of war, famine and deprivation look to CRS for life-saving support and hope knowing that need, not creed, is the only criterion for assistance. CRS works with the poor in over 75 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Even while responding to emergencies, CRS helps local communities identify long-term solutions to poverty. CRS supports over 2000 development projects designed to build self-sufficiency. The American Bishops Overseas Appeal is the Diocese of Joliet's annual collection for CRS.

CRS sponsors a variety of programs to help parishes understand the dimensions of poverty and create global solidarity, including: CRS Rice Bowl, Fair Trade, CRS Coffee Program, and the Youth Hunger Awareness Retreat