Church in Trinidad advocates planting crops to boost food security
Sustainable food advocate, Charlene Woo Ling, harvests okras planted among other edibles and ornamentals of varying heights and functions in front of the main entrance of Archbishop's House Oct. 30, 3030, in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. (CNS photo/CNS photo/Laura Ann Phillips)

Church in Trinidad advocates planting crops to boost food security

Faith and civic leaders have urged citizens to grow more of their own food to rely less on unsustainable and costly food imports.

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USCCB president calls for unity after Biden is projected as election winner
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden joins vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris onstage at a rally in Wilmington, Del., Nov. 7, 2020, after news media declared they had won the presidential election.(CNS photo/Jim Bourg, Reuters)

USCCB president calls for unity after Biden is projected as election winner

Biden follows JFK as the second Catholic ever elected president

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