On Wednesday 9th November, as part of the lead up to the Sixth World Day of the Poor, Pope Francis blessed “Sheltering” a sculpture depicting the plight of those suffering homelessness across the world.
Vincentian Family Homeless Alliance
The FHA proposes this webinar, symbolically placed on the eve of the International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women, to put the spotlight on the global responses to human trafficking, and to examine the intersections with homelessness.
The Vincentian International Mission Team (CM-PNG) recognizes that the lives of the poor will continue to deteriorate as climate change intensifies.
Francis blessed “Sheltering”, a sculpture that promotes the Vincentian Family’s “13 Houses Campaign”
He did so at his usual Wednesday audience in St. Peter’s Square. “Sheltering” seeks to promote the “13 Houses Campaign” to provide material and spiritual help to people experiencing homelessness around the world.
World Day of the Poor: Pope Francis will bless a sculpture that invites the world to care for the homeless
The sculpture ”Sheltering” will be unveiled next Wednesday, November 9, in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican. The sculpture seeks to promote the Vincentian Family’s “13 Houses Campaign” to provide material and spiritual help to people suffering from homelessness around the world.
The Daughters of Charity respond to homelessness affecting children in the streets of Kitale (Kenya)
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.
We are very pleased to hear that Depaul Ireland, part of the 13 Houses Campaign, has managed to hit the target of 27 properties that they aimed to acquire, to help people experiencing homelessness secure a safe place to call home
Help people who are refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced and victims of human trafficking to break the cycle of homelessness
Water is one of the basic rights that is, unfortunately, still denied to many people across the globe.
The Second International Conference of the FamVin Homeless Alliance took place in Sevilla (June 7-9). During that time the participants reflected on the reality of refugees, displaced and abused individuals.
Seville was the city that hosted from June 7-9, the second FHA International Conference entitled, “Accompanying the journey of a refugee.”
Together on a Journey to Accompany Refugees, Internally Displaced People and Victims of Human Trafficking
Silence. Tears. And then applause. The core meaning of a dangerous, tortuous journey, full of fear, but also hope for a better future is encapsulated in the embrace of the beneficiaries of the projects of the Daughters of Charity (DC) in Seville, Spain, where the...