The birthplace of Jesus is a place of oppression, dispossession and occupation. Read some of the posters that reveal how the Separation Wall affects people's lives and a glimpse into how Christmas is celebrated by Palestinian Christians and Muslims in Bethlehem.
“Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me” (Matt. 25:40). Acting justly and loving with mercy those on the fringes of society, in both proactive measures and reactionary frontlines, is grace and hope incarnate.
As part of the Chew on This! campaign, high school students explored the issues of hunger and poverty here in Canada and talked about what can be done about it. The events happen each year on October 17, the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.
Once, there were no corporations. In fact, in European nations prior to the 17th century, there were exactly zero legally recognized associations whose express purpose was to make profit for their shareholders.
The current global refugee crisis has mobilized a number of community organizations, governments and private individuals to cooperate with the settlement of refugees in their host countries. Canada’s rich experience in mobilizing its communities for refugee integration has been put to the test with the recent arrival of 35,000 Syrian refugees.
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