This fall, we launched the Share the Journey campaign and invited Canadians to walk in solidarity with the 68.5 million forced migrants around the world. Many of you answered the call and our collective actions are adding up!
The Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle releases a reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic, calling for solidarity with Indigenous peoples and new thinking on recovery from the crisis.
A civil society coalition needs your support for a month of webinars, social media action and activism focussed on empowering Canada’s ombudsperson to ensure corporate accountability.
Recalling a millennia-old idea, thousands around the world calling for debts to be written off so that the poorest countries can protect their most vulnerable citizens against the pandemic.
More than 1,000 people have embarked on an ecological conversion by signing our intergenerational pledge for our common home.
The diocesan councils of Nova Scotia, anglophone New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island share their reflections on the paschal feast and what it impels Christians to do.
A special Solidarity Sunday mass livestreamed by the Archdiocese of St. Boniface, Man., took the Development and Peace message to the faithful in all corners of the country.
To help families celebrate Lent together, we offer an array of tools that promote action and reflection during a time when we are called upon to open our hearts.
On the World Day of Social Justice, Development and Peace staff and members share their reflections on the significance of the term.
The Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle has released a statement entitled “Message of support from Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle on the occasion of the UN...