National Prayer Week for Migrants, Awareness for Victims

Posted by - January 14, 2018

“Sometimes I don’t pay my workers for a few months…just to mess with their heads.” – a human trafficker in Saipan Unpaid and forced labor is just one warning sign of a human trafficking case. Many traffickers use wage with- holding as a means of control over their workers; withholding identity documents such as passports

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Looking Ahead to a New Year

Posted by - December 29, 2017

What if you could go back to the days before August 2, 2015 and use that time to plan ahead for the weeks and months that came after Typhoon Soudelor? What if you knew the storm was coming and there had been enough time to strategize, stockpile and prepare? Imagine all the ways in which

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Si Yuus Ma’ase and Ghilisou to all!

Posted by - December 17, 2017

Priests and Parishes Students and teachers Sponsors and donors for your participation and support during the “Feast on a Feast” event, Mt. Carmel School and Karidat’s first collaborative community soup kitchen held last Saturday in honor of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. We are especially grateful to those who drove from as near and

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Posted by - December 3, 2017

Thank you To each parish, school, family and indi- vidual who donated in honor of the Karidat Food Pantry Thanksgiving Food Drive, we are so grateful to have shelves full to bursting right now. God bless you for your generosity! (Please be sure to visit the Karidat Facebook page to see photo acknowledgements of all

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CST 103: On Property and the Universal Destination of Goods

Posted by - November 26, 2017

In this week’s column, we return to our ongoing series on Catholic Social Teaching to introduce another foundational concept, the Universal Destination of Goods. In the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), we find the en- try regarding the universal destination of goods in the chapter regarding the 7th Commandment, “You shall not steal.” Christian

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DID YOU KNOW?This Week at Karidat

Posted by - November 11, 2017

This installment of our Did You Know series highlights some of Karidat’s activities over the past week. • 16 people received individual donations; dozens more were helped by goods placed in our permanent bins outside the office • 310 visitors to our front window with food assistance needs • 12 people donated goods & clothing

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