BOSTON – March 29, 2016 – Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston (CCAB) today announced that Annmarie Farretta has joined the social services agency as Director of Marketing and Communications. Farretta will report to Vice President of Development, Megan Artz.
At Catholic Charities, we help people that may otherwise be lost, including welcoming newcomers to our country. For some of our employees, this part of our mission is deeply personal and rewarding. Meet Engly Peou, an employee of Catholic Charities North in Lynn, Mass since 1988.
Recently, reporter Mark Labbe of the Pilot covered our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week featuring the following women religious, Sister Esther, Sister Laurie, Sister Maryadele and Sister Mary. http://bit.ly/1RoqZQ0
Our President, Debbie Rambo, is a regular contributor to the Boston Pilot,
The 120th Boston Marathon is quickly approaching. This year, our team consists of six proud runners, supporting the mission of Catholic Charities. Our athletes share a passion for running as well as their desire to inspire others to make a difference in the lives of those we serve at Catholic Charities. As our runners train for the Boston Marathon, they need your support to reach our fundraising goals.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston is celebrating National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW), an annual celebration from March 8 - 14, 2016 to honor women religious and to raise awareness of women vocations. For many young women today, the idea of becoming a sister is not even a notion. We hope by sharing the stories of our religious colleagues that we might inspire others to this rewarding path.
National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW) is an annual celebration taking place from March 8 - 14, 2016 to honor women religious and to raise awareness of women vocations as an option for young women today. In that spirit, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston is proud to celebrate and introduce the women religious who work with us to help realize our mission of providing a path to self-sufficiency for the poor and working poor of Eastern Massachusetts.