Catholic Campaign for Human Development
50th anniversary: Popularum Progressio institutionalized social action efforts in the U.S. Catholic Church that continue in one form or another today
Distinctly Catholic: Campaigns to out church workers are vile and smack of McCarthyism and someone needs to stand up to the campaigners.
NCR Today: "There are some people who think if the church is in any way associated with an intrinsic evil we are guilty by association."
Two advocates for worker rights received the Catholic Campaign for Human Development Cardinal Joseph Bernardin New Leadership Award during the U.S. bishops' annual fall general assembly in Baltimore.
Jose and Ana Aguayo, a brother-and-sister team instrumental in the success of the Northwest Arkansas Worker Justice Center, were recognized Monday for their advocacy efforts on behalf of low-wage workers.