Generosity amid government shutdown

As the government shutdown approaches its one-month mark, the end of January looms over the heads of 800,000 unpaid workers across the nation. For...

The rippling effects of generosity

“I’m really worried about Thanksgiving and Christmas. It will be hard this year.” It’s what Marie Jones (not her real name) said a week before...

Volunteer service

Bringing the message of Zacchaeus to the imprisoned

Thirty-nine inmates rose from their chairs inside Southern State Prison in Delmont and sang “Lord, you have come to the seashore” as Bishop Dennis...

Deployed to Florida

Marcus Biddle (right) of the Diocese of Camden is pictured with Catholic Charities USA employees who have been deployed to Florida. More than a...

Working with prisoners, and amusing God, for 31 years

“If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.” It’s a quote that Sam Pace says with a chuckle as he reflects on...

Diocese honors an advocate for immigrants

ATLANTIC CITY — When Sister Norma Pimentel approached the microphone at Catholic Charities’ 15th Annual Justice for All Dinner on Oct. 4, silence fell...

Quick to respond, blessed to witness

Three years ago Brian Wagner of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden, heard of the humanitarian crisis occurring at the U.S.-Mexico border. When he was...

Local involvement a hallmark of Catholic Charities

The principle in Catholic teaching known as subsidiarity holds that helping those in need should be done at the lowest capable level, closest to...

Disciples of Mercy to be honored at Catholic Charities’ 2018 Justice...

Begun during the Jubilee Year of Mercy in 2015, Catholic Charities’ Disciples of Mercy Awards recognize outstanding individuals and ministries who exemplify mercy by...
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