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Catholic Charities of Louisville: Response to Executive Order

Catholic Charities of Louisville is disappointed by the recent executive order signed by President Donald J. Trump, which will temporarily halt refugee resettlement in the United States.  While we are aware that this order will affect the services provided by the Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services program, we will continue to serve our current… Read more

Standing Up For Refugees and DACA Youth

Background: President Donald Trump is reportedly planning to issue Executive Orders that could that could have devastating impacts on refugee resettlement in the United States and harm Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) youth. According to drafts we have seen, the Executive Order would: Halt the entire refugee admissions program for 120 days to determine… Read more

Fraudulent Solicitation Alert

Please be aware, if you receive a call from a solicitor claiming to be calling on behalf of the Archdiocese of Louisville requesting a $500 donation for Syrian Refugee relief, Catholic Charities of Louisville and the Archdiocese of Louisville are in no way involved in this solicitation.  This is a fraudulent solicitation, and neither Catholic… Read more

Volunteering in the New Year

Happy New Year! As we start the New Year I invite you to consider becoming a volunteer with Catholic Charities of Louisville. While there are a few important steps in the screening process they are worth the effort. Volunteering allows you to engage in new experiences and provides the perfect opportunity to encounter people you… Read more

Charities Aid Families at Christmas

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer Hundreds of children and families have brighter smiles this Christmas season thanks to numerous parishes, agencies and organizations in the Archdiocese of Louisville. Catholic Charities’ Sister Visitor Center, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and the St. Nick Fund — to name a few -— collected thousands of presents… Read more