Catholic Charities: Charity in Action
We thank all the nurses, doctors, first responders, frontline workers, and volunteers who, despite their incredible exhaustion, offer themselves with patience and kindness to help in universal kinship for all humanity.
Catholic Charities: Covid-19 Resources for Pastors
Catholic Charities has prepared a comprehensive resource for pastors with the latest information on services available to assist in responding to the Covid-19 crisis.
Catholic Charities: Follow-up Report
Catholic Charities continues to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic in NYC, Westchester, and the Hudson Valley but it’s not business as usual – some school-based programs are suspended, other services are modified, operated telephonically, or remotely. Especially challenging and precarious are the residential services Catholic Charities operates for people with developmental disabilities, seniors, the homeless, the mentally ill, or those with substance abuse issues – where both staff and clients must still be in close contact. As we provide ongoing services in this “new normal”, Catholic Charities is expanding and adding new services to meet the needs of the hundreds of thousands of people impacted by Covid-19 across the ten counties of the Archdiocese of New York.
Catholic Charities: Food Assistance
We understand that this current crisis has put a significant strain on the available food supply in NYC. The Catholic Charities Feeding Our Neighbors Program is joining forces with government stakeholders, private donors and community partners to open up new opportunities for families and communities to access quality food. In order to try and fulfill your request, we require some basic information about your program. Please fill out the form below.
Please send the completed forms or other inquiries to [email protected], or contact us at (646) 457-9730.
Catholic Charities: Immigrant and Refugee Services
Following Catholic Charities Community Services operations, our work with immigrants and refugees remains in place but has shifted remotely for the foreseeable future. Each of our departments, Immigration Legal, Special Projects, Unaccompanied Children, Hotline Services, International Center, and Refugee Resettlement, has engaged staff, existing clients, and prospective clients in particular and appropriate ways to continue to meet needs during these very difficult and challenging times.
Schools: Spring Newsletter
Our Spring newsletter is out and it is all about home-based learning! Teachers are staying connected with students through a variety of blended learning tools and creative videos, school communities are continuing to come together in prayer each day, and our students are have been active in helping their communities through this troubling time.
Schools: Connecting on Home-Based Learning
Director of Communications and Public Relations for the Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New York, T.J. McCormack, chats with the Recine family about the transition to home-based learning amid the coronavirus pandemic. The family has two students in Dutchess Catholic schools: Our Lady of Lourdes High School and St. Denis – St. Columba School.
Schools: Video Message from Catholic Schools
See below for a video message from the Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New York.
Schools: Teacher Appreciation Week Video Message
See below for a video message shared with teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week 2020, this past May 6 through May 10.