USCCB, CRS to host online discussion on global hunger
CWN - September 20, 2012
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholic Relief Services have announced that they will host an online discussion on the global hunger crisis.
The September 27 discussion will include an overview of the African regions where the crisis is most acute, “a report on the current Farm Bill legislation and what it means for those who are hungry throughout the world,” and a “discussion of the US Catholic Church’s policy recommendations for how the US can make a difference based on Catholic social teaching and our experience.”
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