When Caroline Brennan met Ukrainian refugee Mahamudoff Gazym at an overcrowded bus station in Otaci, Moldova, he spoke about the questions his grandchildren ask that he doesn’t have a concrete answer to: “Who is making all the sounds of the bombs? How long are we going to sleep in the car?”
Puerto Rico’s Archbishop Calls Corruption ‘Social, Political and Economic Scourge’
Puerto Rico’s top prelate issued a challenge for the island territory to clean up its political system, warning that right now, corruption “haunts and drowns” its society.
Lebanon’s Catholic Leaders Seek Help; Here’s Where You Can Donate
As Lebanon’s Catholic leaders appealed for help for their country, international and U.S. organizations appealed for donations for Beirut, capital of a country already suffering from a severe economic downturn.
Queens Aid Group Gives Haitians Reason to Hope
A visiting Haitian priest tells of his parish’s recovery and what it’s like to work with From Here to Haiti.