From the perspective of Catholic social thought, this resource reviews the UN's Sustainable Development Goal to end hunger by 2030 through international cooperation to meet specific targets.
October 16 is World Food Day; this year the theme echoes Pope Francis's reminder that climate change and feeding the hungry are very much connected.
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In the film DREAM ON, political comedian John Fugelsang retraces the journey of Alexis de Tocqueville, whose study of our young country in 1831 came to define America as a place where anyone could cli...more
This bulletin insert highlights the connection between Catholic Social Thought and issues related to hunger. The simple steps of learn, pray, and act can be followed individually or within a community...more
This documentary peels back the curtain on the problem of food insecurity, weaving together the stories of low-income Americans who struggle to put healthy food on the table. The film also includes th...more
In this reflection, Fr. Fred Kammer makes the connection between our faith and the growing issue of hunger and food insecurity around the world. He urges the Church to change the structures in society...more
This short prayer service features quotes of five modern popes who have all urged people of faith to advocate for the right to food so everyone can enjoy daily bread and find a place at the table.
Calling to mind the multiplication of the loaves and fishes and the communion meal that Christ offers all who walk in his footsteps, this prayer commemorates World Food Day on October 16.
In this resource, American celebrity chef, television host, author, and restaurateur, Lidia Bastianich shares recipes for communal autumn meals. As we sit down with our families this holiday season, l...more
This resource challenges us to go deeper in envisioning and planning food drives, reminding us to connect with and encounter the people we seek to serve, and, equally importantly, to look into the roo...more