How these young people find Christ on the streets

Father Patrick Briscoe narrates the vibrant community life and service-oriented mission of Christ in the City missionaries in Denver, Colorado, emphasizing their joyful approach to communal living and dedication to serving the marginalized. Volunteers, including Meaghan and Erin, engage enthusiastically in chores

More homeless resources are needed in Washington state

The bishops of Washington state are urging the state's 1 million Catholics to join the Washington State Catholic Conference in asking legislators for more resources to help the homeless and serve them with dignity.

"In a nation and state of such great wealth,

Memorial services around country honor fallen homeless

At least 20 people experiencing homelessness in the United States die every day, according to To help remember and honor those who have died, the National Coalition for the Homeless began sponsoring memorial services in 1990.

Each year, the Homeless Persons' Memorial

Catholic priest delivers twins outside Yakima cathedral

Father Jesús Mariscal, parochial vicar at St. Paul Cathedral in Yakima, stepped out of the rectory for what he thought would be a quick trip to buy doughnuts for a marriage preparation meeting with an engaged couple.

But he ended up helping a

Homelessness surges, evictions on the rise

It's an increasingly familiar sight in many U.S. cities and towns: piles of personal belongings unceremoniously dumped curbside, as another family loses their home.

With coronavirus-era eviction protections expiring across the country and rent payment waivers not far behind, the already-precarious situation of

Remembering a fearless man of faith

On August 6, Father Charles F. Strobel of Nashville — a longtime advocate for the homeless — died at the age of 80 after a long, slowly progressing illness. In a tribute column to Father Strobel, Pat Nolan, a longtime, very respected

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