Catholic Relief & Charity

Faith

Longtime Mercy volunteer concludes more than five decades of service
Jul 20 2014
A 1937 graduate of IND, Anna Hergenroeder volunteered for 52 years at Mercy Hospital.

Catholic Charities aims to house 50 unaccompanied immigrant youths
Jul 18 2014
Catholic Charities of Baltimore is applying to house 50 children and youths who have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border.

‘Freedom to serve’ gets to heart of matter for Catholics’ everyday charity
Jul 02 2014
St. Clare's ministry of feeding those who are hungry exemplifies the theme of this year’s Fortnight for Freedom, the “freedom to serve.”

Catholic agencies part of Baltimore Head Start expansion
Jun 13 2014
Catholic Charities and St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore are among Baltimore agencies expanding Head Start programs as part of a citywide initiative.

Mount Carmel senior brings comfort to cancer patients
Jun 11 2014
Graduating Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School senior Kimberly Single is among those spearheading “Blankets for Warriors.”

With one year of service, Project SERVE helps shape the lives of college grads
May 27 2014
Five young adults. Four worksites. One house. Two cars. Twelve months.

HUD rep: Catholic Charities’ new senior housing heeds Pope Francis
May 20 2014
Archbishop Lori blessed Village Crossroads I and II, which offer affordable housing for seniors in Nottingham.

Ignatian volunteers find community in serving the poor
May 04 2014
“Every day at the Franciscan Center is an uplifting experience. I come away feeling closer to God." - Mark Wong

Spalding stands out for commitment to sharing meals with homeless
Apr 07 2014
Catholic Charities of Baltimore recognized Archbishop Spalding March 31 for its contributions to Sarah’s House.

Catholic faith grounds family touched by Sandy Hook shooting
Apr 02 2014
Josephine “Joey” Gay was one of 20 children and six adults killed in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.