Posts Tagged: liberia

We work in partnership

The Secretary General of Caritas Internationalis, Michel Roy, provided a briefing today for the NGO community at the United Nations. Caritas Internationalis is one of our strongest partners. In recognition of the partnership, we gave Mr. Roy a cross made in Liberia from a spent shell casing. The Presbyerian Peacemaking Program, one of our denominational… Read more »

Election Day – Liberia and U.S.A.

As you vote tomorrow, remember to say a prayer for the people of Liberia who also go to the polls.   If you have already voted (I have), simply pray.   And say a prayer for all who are voting in the U.S.A. as well!

Advocacy resources on Libya and Côte d’Ivoire

Reports from Libya and Côte d’Ivoire tell of violence and displacement. Ecumenical Women at the United Nations — an international coalition of church denominations and ecumenical organizations, including the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) — has developed tools to encourage women and…

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I pray for peace in . . .

The Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, the Child Advocacy Office, and the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program invited participants at the Presbyterian Youth Triennium to finish that simple statement by writing on a ribbon about eight inches in length and 5/8…

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