If you look to the right of the screen and click “Advocacy,” you’ll be able to download the Statewide Immigration Advocacy Packet to use in your parish and community.
Fifty years ago, when I was a child growing up in St. Louis, I never could have imagined the path that lay ahead. At the time, I was a carefree 13-year-old, and although my family lived modestly to make ends meet, I had everything I needed: a comfortable home, food on the table, books for school. Read more.
Catholic Charities Connect Series will offer opportunities in September and October to learn more about the programs the agency offers.
During the one-hour sessions, attendees will meet staff, tour the facilities, hear personal stories and have a light meal catered by the agency’s Common Table. The sessions will be held at the agency’s West Louisville campus, 2234 W. Market St. The Dates and topics are:
- Sept. 5 at 4:30 p.m. — Welcome: Migration and Refugee Services, Immigration Legal Services, Kentucky Office […]
Catholic Charities of Louisville has reached 61 percent of its fundraising goal to build new headquarters in the 2900 block of South Fourth Street behind Holy Name Church.
The project is expected to cost about $7.5 million and thus far donors have given $4.55 million. Read more.
Sister Susan Gatz spent two weeks this spring welcoming asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border, mindful during her stay of Ezra Lazarus’ invitation inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. The well-known inscription is an entreaty: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”
“That’s what was in front of me, day after day. We were trying to wrap our arms around them,” said Sister Gatz, a Sister of Charity of Nazareth, […]
Pope Francis has said, “Charity is at the heart of the church, it is the reason for its action, the soul of its mission.”
It’s also the soul of our mission at Catholic Charities of Louisville. Read more.
By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer
In the late 1960s, a handful of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth teaching in West Louisville noticed their students were coming to school hungry and wearing dirty clothing.
Upon visiting the students’ homes, the sisters found homes that lacked food and running water. They decided something needed to be done to help the families.
In 1969, Sister Visitor Center was born. The center, now part of Catholic Charities of Louisville, has been serving the area’s neediest families […]
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