- Aug 12, 2020
A leading Catholic aid agency is helping Africans stay in their home countries and avoid often perilous journeys abroad to seek work.
Organizers are presenting this as the first world-wide online pilgrimage, and the scope is to help address a $9 million deficit.
The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is asking for prayers for those who have contracted COVID-19, including its retired archbishop and its retired auxiliary bishop living in a priest retirement home of 18 residents.
Six decades after its founding, Camillus House has grown from a small overnight shelter into a full-service center, spread across a series of new buildings and offering a comprehensive system of care for the poor and homeless.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — As New York’s court system prepares to hear cases again and the June 20 expiration of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s moratorium on evictions approaches, Antonio Garcia, an official of Catholic Charities of New York, said the agency is prepared to help at-risk tenants. On March 20, Cuomo announced