Tackling Hunger

Hunger is all around us. Nearly one in four of Ohio’s children live in poverty and just over 44 percent of Cincinnati’s children live in poverty. Many churches, agencies and individuals are actively working to reduce hunger. We must do … Continued

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Breaking the Silence on Racism & Poverty

CINCINNATI – September 7 – Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio is hosting Monsignor Ray East who will share insights on how people of faith can have meaningful conversations about racism and be more intentional in addressing poverty in their community. The … Continued

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More than 91,000 Served

  More than 91,000 Served by Catholic Charities Annual Report Tracks 11% Increase in Clients Seeking Support   CINCINNATI – July 12 – Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio served 91,056 people across 11 counties last year according the 2015 Annual Report … Continued

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Through the Eyes of Mercy

In his new book, “The Name of God is Mercy,” Pope Francis reaffirms the relevance of the corporal works of mercy in our life and work today. These are taken from Matthew 25:35 where Jesus states, “For I was hungry … Continued

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Su Casa Honors Community Leaders

CINCINNATI – March 22, 2016 – Su Casa Hispanic Center will recognize community leaders at its 17th Annual Awards Dinner and Silent Auction at 6 pm, April 20, at Xavier University’s Cintas Center. The Awards Dinner and Silent Auction are … Continued

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Experiencing Mercy

This is a second in a series of blogs on mercy from those who have served with Catholic Charities over the years in honor of the agency’s Centennial Anniversary. For the first 16 years of his life, Steve Feldmann was … Continued

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Answering the Call for 100 Years

Catholic Charities has answered the call to welcome the stranger, protect the vulnerable and serve the poor for 100 years. Pope Francis outlines his call, “The Church does not wait for the wounded to knock on her doors, she looks … Continued

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Why We Welcome the Stranger

As the Catholic Church celebrates the 102nd World Day of Migrants and Refugees earlier this month, Pope Francis’ theme this year is timely: Migrants and Refugees Challenge Us – The Response of the Gospel of Mercy. Much has been said … Continued

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