Catholic Charities Receives More than $2 Million in Federal Funding To Fight Opioid Crisis in Sullivan and Ulster Counties

09/18/2017  |  Press Releases  |  Share

Partnership with NYS OASAS Will Address Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery in High-Need Areas

MONTICELLO – Governor Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday that Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange and Sullivan is among the recipients to receive a share of $25.2 million in federal funding awarded to the New York State Office of...

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Catholic bishops strike back at Bannon - CNN

09/08/2017  |  News Articles  |  Share

(CNN)There's a common saying in Catholic charity circles: We don't help people because they're Catholic, we help them because we are.

To understand that sentiment is to understand why so many Catholics were incensed by accusations from a former Trump administration official on Thursday that the church has an ulterior motive in advocating...

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STATEMENT OF CARDINAL TIMOTHY DOLAN ON THE RESCINDING OF DACA

09/06/2017  |  Public Statements  |  Share

Today’s announcement that DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – will be rescinded is an ominous development for the 800,000 immigrants who came to our great nation as children and who now face the possibility of losing, through no fault of their own, their right to live, work, and remain with their families here in the United States...

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF NEW YORK TO JOIN RALLY HOSTED BY MAYOR DE BLASIO’S CENTER FOR FAITH & COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

09/05/2017  |  Media Alerts  |  Share

IN SUPPORT OF DACA AT CITY HALL 5:00 PM

Today at 5:00pm at the steps of City Hall, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, will join the leaders of Mayor de Blasio’s Center for Faith & Community Partnerships (CFCP) for a rally urging congress to pass The DREAM Act, in light...

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Statement on the Elimination of Deferred Action (DACA)

09/05/2017  |  Public Statements  |  Share

We deeply regret the President’s decision to rescind the DACA program and initiate steps to end the program without any replacement.  Catholic Charities remains steadfast in our solidarity with the 800,000 “Dreamers,” who face even more uncertainty and threat.  We recognize the  six month wind down period provides an imperative for us to act...

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