The Catholics Confront Global Poverty initiative is built on the foundation of the earlier Catholic Campaign Against Global Poverty.
In 2005, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Catholic Relief Services (CRS) invited Catholics to join a Catholic Campaign Against Global Poverty. That Campaign has engaged Catholics in advocating for U.S. policies to reduce poverty throughout the world by focusing on three areas of U.S. economic policy: just trade policies, effective foreign aid, and debt relief for the poorest countries. The Campaign asked Catholics to
The links on this page provide information on the activities, successes, and rich history of the earlier Campaign.
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