Each year, on 10th October, World Homeless Day is marked to educate people across the world about homelessness issues, and to reflect on how homelessness can affect people of all countries, paths of life and ages, especially children.
As we approach the feast of St. Vincent de Paul we can draw strength and be challenged by all that St. Vincent did. Many may not believe that one man could do all that Vincent did!
The deeper I got into the article I realized I had more of a stereotypical and simplified understanding.
Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol?” Who hasn’t read it, or heard it or seen it on stage or screen?
We are celebrating three years of the “13 Houses” Campaign!
We all know Pope Francis is advocating for “listening church.” How might listening apply in our efforts with the homeless community?
Father Pedro Opeka, CM has been nominated to the Raoul Wallenberg Award of the Council of Europe.
Noel was at home, looking forward to a quiet Christmas with his little dog, Rosie, when he got the crushing news from his landlord — Noel had to leave his home…
For this widow and mother of four living in Mtindu, Tanzania, the Campaign has represented a chance for a new beginning and a better life for herself and her children.
I have read about the need for shelters and rapid rehousing. But Robert Davis, writing for Invisible People, captured an insight in two metaphors – “Bridge” and “soft incarceration.”
Matthew joined Depaul International as CEO in September 2021, bringing with him over thirty years of experience working across the international humanitarian sector.
Pope Francis’ words have been inspiring the work of the Famvin Homeless Alliance since its inception four years ago, and they have become even more relevant as the Christian Family celebrates the “Season of Creation.”