Category Archives: Missions/Social Justice

From Solid Catholic Country To Mission Territory: Lessons from Sweden

If you were to see a brochure from a Catholic travel company advertising a trip to a country with some of the world’s most gorgeous medieval Catholic churches, a roster of legendary saints, and a spring of healing water, what … Continue reading

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From the NFL to Serving the Homeless: ‘Icons Spotlight’ Explores Transformation in Lives of Young Adults Who Encounter Christ!

“Now, more than ever, the world will only believe teachers who are witnesses. That’s especially true of young people. It’s been our experience that you can’t just get up and give a talk. The words bounce off of them. But if you … Continue reading

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“Along the Border” Showcases Life-Changing Testimonies from Missionaries & Volunteers in Diocese of Arlington’s Bánica Mission

Miriam is a 13-year-old girl from the town of Bánica in the Dominican Republic, who was sold as a “wife” to a 40-year-old man by her own father. The reason? Her father couldn’t afford to feed his family. Andrea is … Continue reading

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