Our well-being is influenced by several things: sure there’s money, but we need much more
There’s always been a special place in spirituality for the poor — Jesus himself “became poor” (2 Cor 8:9). Poverty can be economic or spiritual. Here some people share how they face and alleviate it
Being an instrument of God’s providence during a trip
Young people of the Economy of Communion take recommendations to the United Nations
Is it possible to work for the common good? A Filipino entrepreneur and banker shares how—even if you get kidnapped in the process.
Irrespective of our religious leaning, we must measure our relative comforts against the heartrending lives of others. A livingCity reader offers one approach to meeting the needs of many around the world.