Philly Nun Battles Sex Trafficking on the Streets of America

When most passers-by see young women on a street corner working as prostitutes, the standard reaction is one of judgment or scorn. But when Sister Kathleen Coll passes by, her reaction is one of pity and concern – and a recognition that in most cases, the women aren’t there of their own accord, but very often out of coercion.

Mourning for Victims Killed, Injured in Trafficking Tragedy

The “completely senseless deaths” of 10 people who died of heat exhaustion and suffocation they suffered from being held in a tractor-trailer “is an incomprehensible tragedy,” said Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller of San Antonio, Texas.

Global Effort Needed To Combat Trafficking

The heart of the work of the Church, Cardinal Nichols said, is “to look to, to rescue, to nurture, to comfort, to give freedom and a fresh start to the victims of trafficking.”

Tablet TALK

This week’s Tablet TALK recognizes a Corona couple celebrating 65 years of marriage; offers details about two upcoming events, a Women’s Cursillo Retreat and a human trafficking information session, and much more…