The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul’s (SSVP) Education Support Project in Gambia changes the lives of many children and teenagers who need someone to believe in them and invest in them.
The lack of water, sanitation and hygiene in health care facilities worldwide kills infants, women and front-line workers.
Learning about the SDGs and understanding their significance is an important first step as together, creatively, we search for the most effective ways to advocate for these aspects of social justice.
President General of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul urges us to pray the Lord’s prayer at 8 pm on April 23rd.
On April 15, in Rome (Italy), the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development will promote an online event focused on the current situation of refugees and migrants in the world.
SDG5: GENDER EQUALITY In one of their songs, the Eagles rock group sings “things in this life change very slowly if they ever change at all.” The lament of many a social activist! To be fair, one exception would be gay marriage rights, which seem to have come more...
As we find ourselves continuing to practice physical distancing, it has called us to be creative in how we can go on ‘retreat’ and connect with faith-filled communities.
Being paralyzed by the pandemic, the world had to admit some uncomfortable truths: “Everyone on the planet is connected” — “When you are ill, so am I”
Cell phones, once a luxury, are now almost a necessity. For the impoverished, especially in rural areas, they can make all the difference for one’s life and health.
International Women’s Day 2021 comes in the midst of a pandemic that has had particularly devastating consequences for women.