A child looks at the “Naming the Lost Memorials” at The Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, N.Y., on June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid.

Christians can help by supporting families, not orphanages, advocates say.

A fresh produce vendor looks on at a street market a week after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on July 14, 2021.

Haiti needs the love of the church more than ever, but not charity rooted in paternalism or U.S. military intervention.

The pandemic has been exacerbated for migrants who face hostility from government and neighbor.

The web-slinger was far from home as he visited His Holiness at the Vatican

“Do we get beyond all the politics and actually see the people?”

The Jesus many Ethiopian leaders follow apparently never said “blessed are the peacemakers,” or “love thy enemies.”

The Canadian school system forcibly separated about 150,000 Indigenous children from their homes, with many subjected to abuse, rape, and malnutrition.

A black and white photo of a family in Palestine.

The untenability of the two-state paradigm necessitates a shift in our thinking.

Israeli settlements have made a viable Palestinian state impossible. Finding a new path to peace in the Middle East.

As resistance to racism and police violence grows in U.S., some hope more U.S. Christians will oppose Israeli occupation.