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Be a Samaritan,
be an innkeeper
A sacred mission: Pope Francis invites everyone to be part of new structures that alleviate poverty

Faith education starts
with me
A mother shares the difficult path to agree on the right school for their daughter

Blessed are those who care
At the Catholic Worker house Mustard Seed in Worcester, MA, groups from different faith traditions work together to help the poor

Once a secret recipe
A tasty apple cake for all occasions, and a recipe that tells a story of friendship

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The scandal of poverty
What can any one of us do?

In spite of living in a wealthy country, we are confronted daily with poverty: on our way to work, in our cities, and through the media that confronts us with worldwide inequality. Circumstances can make it tough to get out of poverty, such as finding a job after a time in prison, or if someone is affected by mental illness. Pope Francis speaks about it clearly: “Blessed are the poor” means for him that Christians should prefer the poor. How can we, personally and together as a community, alleviate poverty? Some people share how they try to help, but also realize that most of all, people need relationships.

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Here’s a tasty apple cake for all occasions

The difficult path to agree on the right school for our daughter

Pope Francis invites everyone to be part of new structures that alleviate poverty

At the Mustard Seed, groups from different faith traditions work together to help the poor