Catholic Charities News

In the Boston Globe: Cardinal O’Malley speaks of God’s love at Christmastime

Monday, December 24, 2018

"On Monday morning, [Cardinal] O’Malley helped distribute 4,000 Christmas gifts to children and families in need at the Catholic Charities Teen Center at St. Peter’s Parish in the Bowdoin-Geneva section of Dorchester. At that annual event, he appeared alongside the family of the late Thomas M. Menino, former mayor of Boston; Boston Police Commissioner William Gross; and representatives from Catholic Charities of Boston."

Read the full article here: https://bit.ly/2R6wQCI

In the Boston Globe: Boston nonprofits distribute thousands of Thanksgiving meals to those in need

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Volunteers wearing neon-yellow vests unloaded frozen Thanksgiving turkeys from a box truck parked on Columbia Road Saturday morning, stuffed them into reusable blue shopping bags, and carried them for people boarding buses and for others who came in cars.

The volunteers were working for Catholic Charities and United Way, which were among community groups and nonprofit organizations that supplied thousands of local families with fruits, vegetables — and turkeys — on Saturday.

Read the full article here: https://bit.ly/2Q2fsPa

WBZ: Charitable Events Held Throughout Boston Ahead Of Thanksgiving

Saturday, November 17, 2018

"Catholic Charities and United Way distributed more than 2,000 meals at Catholic Charities Yawkey Center on Columbia Road Saturday, and more at sites in South Boston, the South End, and Somerville, according to United Way spokeswoman Brigid Boyd.

People started lining up at 4 a.m., Boyd said, ahead of the doors opening at 9 a.m., when volunteers began guiding streams of local residents through a fast-moving queue."

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