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Global Solidarity: A call to recognize each individual person as a part of one human family.
"Solidarity is a call to recognize each individual person as a part of one human family – regardless of ethnic, national, racial, gender, economic, political or ideological differences. Catholic social teaching states that we all have a common origin having been created in the image of God. We are called not only to recognize the dignity of each individual person in word only, but also to fully respect that person’s or group’s human dignity in our daily lives – by seeing and understanding others as our brothers and sisters for whom we have responsibility."
- Catholic Relief Services
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Pope Benedict XVI has named this the Year of Faith. It is a calling for all Catholics to the New Evangelization. A call for all Catholics to fall in love with God and their faith once again and through that proclaim God's love to all people's. Catholic Relief Services has a webpage dedicated to the Year of Faith. For more information, go to http://crs.org/yof
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