AIDS: A Catholic Educational Approach to HIV – Ontario Catholic Schools Second Edition In Ontario Catholic Schools, teachers are expected to teach three lessons on AIDS education per grade. Order information is available here.
Archdiocese of Toronto HIV/AIDS Resources The church is a global leader in serving those with HIV/AIDS. The resources on this page are just a few examples of our faith community active as healer and teacher in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
CAFOD HIV and Health: prayers and faith
Caritas The Catholic Church is one of biggest global health providers. It runs 5,246 hospitals, 17,530 dispensaries, 577 leprosy clinics, 15,208 houses for the elderly, chronically ill and people with physical and learning disabilities worldwide. They also have links pages that summarize Vatican Resources on HIV/AIDS and Catholic Bishops on HIV/AIDS
Catholic Relief Services Catholic Relief Services has been on the forefront of the epidemic since launching their first HIV project in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1986. Today, CRS and their partners directly support more than 4.8 million people affected by the epidemic. Further resources are found on the CRS HIV/AIDS Microsite
National Catholic AIDS Network The National Catholic AIDS Network was established in 1989 as the only United States Catholic organization devoted exclusively to helping the Church respond in an informed and compassionate manner to the challenges presented by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Offering of Prayers from Church World Service Ecumenical prayer and worship resources.
World AIDS Day Resources for preaching on the Sundays before and after Dec 1 from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.