Sunday, February 5, 2012

One per cent vs 99 per cent irrelevant to U.S. charities

Rich-poor gap talk less relevant to agencies than caring for the poor

The war between the rich and the poor is currently dominating the headlines down in the U.S. However, CNS` Patricia Zapor profiles Catholic charities actually doing something about it:

Whether the rich-poor divide in the United States is a demographic statistic or a politician's talking point is irrelevant to the agencies that are simply trying to make sure the people on the poor side of the equation have a roof over their head and food on the table.

They're too busy trying to figure out how to feed more people with less money.

Read more at The B.C. Catholic.
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