Finding Humanity: August 12 – 18

by Aug 17, 2020Blog, Finding Humanity in crisis0 comments

In the midst of this crisis in which we live, we want to share with you some good weekly news, news of hope, important or simple acts and gestures that unite us as a community of men and women of faith-driven by the force of hope.


UIW postpones fall sports, hopes to compete in spring

On Thursday morning, the University of the Incarnate Word announced that they are postponing all athletics competition this fall, a decision which affects football, volleyball, soccer and cross country. Athletes in those programs will be allowed to stay on campus and participate in voluntary workouts in the coming months with the hope they will compete this spring.

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‘No place for racism in the world today’

The latest plea to “denounce racism” comes from the Catholic Commission for Social Justice of the Archdiocese of Port of Spain.

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Pope to Brazil’s religious: Jesus our first and only love

Pope Francis sends a message to Brazil’s men and women religious on the occasion of the first Week of Consecrated Religious Life.

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Scrolling in money: how social media is empowering female investors

Thanks to a flurry of female influencers, women are turning to social media to pick up new tricks for smart money management, paying off debts and getting into investing.

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Three good things: initiatives to get us walking and cycling more

From paying us to fix our bikes to restoring canal towpaths, these schemes are trying to get the UK moving.

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Bouncing forward: after the crisis, will we build economies that don’t cost the planet?

In the next in our series of positive predictions for life after the pandemic, we explore the places that are ‘building back better’ and ask how we can create economies that work for the planet – not against it.

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On the header, photo by Rose Erkul on Unsplash.


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