Christians are called to care for the poor and vulnerable. Our concern for the least among us follows directly from our faith. It is at the very heart of the Gospel. As policymakers continue to fight about fiscal and budget issues, we have joined with a diverse group of Christian organizations to form a Circle of Protection that calls upon our elected leaders to protect programs that serve the most vulnerable in our nation and around the world.
We Need a Matthew 25 Congress!
We want this year's Congress to be a Matthew 25 Congress - don't you?
For Amos, “socioeconomic reorganization without compassion is not acceptable.” Nearly 3,000 years later in today’s gig economy, the same must be true for us.
Progressive activists say the invocation of religious liberty is no panacea, nor is it a license to disregard the objections of neighbors affected by their projects.
"To be a priest means to work with marginalized people."
It’s safe to say that Jesus' preferential concern for the poor and desire to change the social order would probably keep him out of the Democratic or Republican parties.
African-American Women's Equal Pay Day: Graphic Highlights Pay Gap Between Black Women and White Men
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth's interactive online database compares how pay rates differ by gender, race, and education level.
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