Soup kitchen in the U.S. Virgin Islands
Monthly Column
Last month I made a visit to the U.S. Virgin Islands still in the midst of recovery from hurricanes Irma and Maria. The visit was strangely disquieting: I was in a place of great natural beauty, hoping to serve people in their rebuilding efforts, and yet I found that the experience highlighted the profound historic and social challenges that are unique to this place.
Wyoming has only 37 Catholic parishes and 34 missions, which translates to one church every 1,380 square miles.
As Catholics, we are called to live in solidarity with immigrants and refugees as our brothers and sisters. Explore these resources to learn more about how the Church is reaching out to welcome those in need. 
Hurricane Relief
We have visited a number of hurricane-ravaged dioceses this year and seen how such moments of crisis can become unique opportunities for the Catholic Church to give witness to what being a faith community is all about.
Hurricane Maria
Listen to our VP of Mission Joe Boland share what Puerto Rico is like nearly three months after the storm.
Our Lady of Guadalupe in Coachella Valley
Our Lady of Guadalupe
More than 4,000 people in the Coachella Valley walked a 32-mile procession on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Kino Border Initiative
Migrant Ministry
Catholic Extension presented $35,000 to the Kino Border Initiative to support the organization's efforts to provide legal support to migrants fleeing violence in their home countries and seeking asylum in the United States.
Chicago Cardinal Blase J. Cupich says "there's a lot of work to do, a lot of people suffering" after visiting the people of Puerto Rico nearly three months after Hurricane Maria devastated the island.