Chris Herlinger

International correspondent

Chris Herlinger is GSR’s international correspondent and also writes on humanitarian and international issues for NCR. He has reported from South Sudan and Darfur, Sudan, as well as numerous other locales, including Haiti, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Israel and the Occupied Territories, Kenya and Ethiopia and Liberia. He is the co-author, with Paul Jeffrey, of books on Haiti and Darfur, published by Seabury, and a third, Food Fight: Struggling for Justice in a Hungry World, released September 2015.

Articles by Chris Herlinger

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'Accompaniment' spiritually underpins sisters' missions in Haiti Jan 9, 2017 Story : News
'Contemplative but active': Monastery channels charism into civic action Nov 8, 2018 Story : News
'Ida' speaks to the fluidity of identity May 29, 2014 Story : News
'She never met a stranger': Sister Lucy's memory lives on Jan 7, 2019 Story : Blog
'We Come as Friends' film shows South Sudan life at time of independence Sep 15, 2015 Story : Blog
2017 was the year I started to take peace more seriously Dec 26, 2017 Story : Blog
African sisters find that when you work collaboratively, 'you get going' Dec 20, 2018 Story : News
Amid Haiti's challenges, congregation continues serving those living in poverty May 14, 2018 Story : News
As U.N. prepares for monumental year, advocates question new anti-poverty goals Aug 17, 2015 Story : News
At Haitian-Dominican border, shelter protects children vulnerable to human trafficking Feb 5, 2018 Story : News
At the Haitian-Dominican border, a ministry to help the displaced who 'fight to survive' Oct 3, 2016 Story : News
At the heart of the matter: Women religious at the United Nations Apr 14, 2015 Story : News
At UN development meetings, sisters present pathways to eradicate poverty Mar 8, 2018 Story : News
Bangladesh a climate-change test-case as COP21 gets underway in Paris Nov 29, 2015 Story : Blog
Bangladesh is prime example of need on World Food Day Oct 1, 2015 Story : Blog
Capitalizing on Women's Marches: 'We need to organize, not agonize' Jan 26, 2017 Story : News
Catholic faith in China is traditional and deep Jul 11, 2016 Story : News
Catholic groups decry Trump's proposed cuts to foreign aid Mar 18, 2019 Story : Blog
Catholic sisters among those embracing international efforts against human trafficking Jul 29, 2016 Story : News
Catholics urge action as UN report forecasts climate crisis in coming decades Oct 10, 2018 Story : News
Caught between two worlds Nov 12, 2014 Story : News
Challenges, uncertainty and hope mark the year for Bangladesh Dec 17, 2015 Story : News
Commission on the Status of Women session examines world of work for women Mar 13, 2017 Story : Blog
Controversy over migration continues to upend European politics Jul 12, 2018 Story : News
Deepening the idea of hospitality in New York: Franciscan house is like a mini-UN Apr 17, 2017 Story : News