A few years ago, you wrote eloquently about businesses profiting off the construction of the Planned Parenthood clinic in New Orleans, and you warned
Sister of the Holy Family Greta Jupiter, far right, was among a group from the Leadership Conference of Women Religious who gathered in Washington,
Slave labor and human trafficking must end and governments must make a greater effort to create dignified work for more people, Pope Francis
“Moses said to the pharaoh, ‘Let my people go,’” said Sister of the Holy Family Greta Jupiter to open a prayerful vigil to end human trafficking held Jan. 11 at St. Rita Church in New Orleans.
The numbers are astounding, and at first glance, seem almost incredible.
Across the world, there are between 100,000 and 250,000 children who are victims of sex trafficking, said Laura J. Lederer, president and founder of the Washington, D.C.-based Global Centurion Foundation, which seeks to target trafficking by focusing on demand.