Bronx Museum of Arts Celebrates Top Talent
Combating a Climate of Fear
Feeding the Hungry Now & into the Next Century
Better Food for Better Lives. It’s not just a slogan; it's a promise. A hungry child, a hungry grandparent, the hungry man you see begging on the street…There is no need more basic than hunger and no organization more determined to fight it than Catholic Charities.
Threats to call the police were sparked yesterday, February 13, when news media filiming the Mexican Consul General's an ad hoc meeting with day laborers waiting for work in the freezing cold outside a Yonkers gas station blocked customers' access to pump their gas.
Check out our free “Know Your Rights/ Conozca Sus Derechos” Immigration Week Events to get the best answers to your questions about the refugee ban and immigration changes.
They’re taking place right now, from February 13 – 17!
Focus on Righteousness Vs. Self Righteousness
Catholic Charities Executive Director Msgr. Kevin Sullivan used his invocation before the New York State Assembly this week to offer counsel during these combative times as together Catholic Charities leaders from across New York State advocated with a collective voice for those we serve and marked the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Catholic Charities by the New York State Legislature.
Will You Help?
These have been challenging days for our nation – especially our immigrants and refugees. But it has also been hard for many of us whose ancestors were immigrants – that is most of us. The tone of recent weeks has emphasized newcomers as threats and liabilities. That’s not Catholic Charities' way.\
Br. Tyrone Davis Speaks Out
By Brother Tyrone A. Davis, D.F.C., J.D.
Executive Director: Office of Black Ministry
Celebrating Black History Month & Catholic Charities
Stand with Us
60,000 refugees trying to find peace and stability this year in the U.S. are now being turned away by the refugee ban.