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India: The Lifeline Express, a train-hospital that’s saving lives

In India, this hospital train goes to meet the most disadvantaged populations in order to provide them free care.

Venezuela: 5 million people will be displaced by the end of 2019

The shocking numbers are unprecedented in Latin American history.

A missionary who seeks to feed the hungry without damaging the Amazon

An Italian missionary manages farming and fishing for 2,500 families. He began 30 years ago, and will participate in the Synod on the Amazon convoked by Pope Francis.

Pastor’s surprising solution for food poverty leads to a boost in his congregation

Pastor Heber Brown III has started a nationwide incentive to give church-goers affordable healthy produce.

What one woman did to keep the homeless safe when then polar vortex arrived in Chicago

Candice Payne went to great lengths to make sure more than 70 people didn't freeze to death.

What a Little Caesar’s restaurant manager did when she noticed people going though her dumpsters

Michelle Lussier wants those in need to be shown the dignity and respect they deserve.

Here’s what (spiritually) happens when we give alms to the poor

St. John the Almsgiver would tell the following story to encourage people in their generosity.

There are 2,158 billionaires in the world—and they’re getting richer

The United Bank of Switzerland (UBS) and PricewaterhouseCooopers (PwC) report that their wealth grew by 19 percent last year.

Celebrate “the success sequence” this Thursday

There are 3 steps that practically guarantee a high degree of success. And this week is a great time to promote them.

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