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Caritas Pirckheimer defended life in a convent as a communitarian way of life resembling the ideal of the first Christian communities.
In his attempt to find an appropriate philosophical basis for his concept of caritas as receptive generosity, C.
During 2015 throughout Cyprus, the Caritas centre assisted more than 150 new cases of migrants with problems, in addition to about 100 cases continuing from the previous year.
A report from Caritas Manila showed that the typhoon destroyed 99,921 homes, affecting 118,000 families in the Diocese of Catarman.
and US-based Medicaid managed care and other integrated health care solutions AmeriHealth Caritas have forged a national strategic partnership to improve health outcomes by providing greater access to less invasive, more efficient diagnostic tests to Medicaid members and empowering them to fully engage with their physicians in their health care, the company said on Wednesday.
BEIRUT: The Ashrafieh Branch of Caritas Lebanon launched its three-day annual arts and crafts fair Wednesday at the Beirut district's landmark Hotel Alexandre.
Last week, Caritas India was awarded a huge project by the Millennium Alliance for its innovative idea in promoting education known as 'Hamari Pathshala' (Our school) among the Mushahars, one of the lowest castes of Bihar.
Members of RejoySing, the group of young singers run by Caritas will be dropping in to sing.
GAO, MALI Rebels fighting to establish a separate state in northern Mali destroyed a Caritas office and a local church in Gao, one of the cities they captured in late March and early April, according to Caritas Internationalis.
Measuring caring; international research on caritas as healing.
Secretary General, Caritas International, Michel Roy, who was on 3-day visit to flood hit areas, told the mediapersons in the briefing that an estimated cost of Rs 1.