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¿Qué debe hacer un inmigrante en caso de que toquen a su puerta agentes de ICE? - Univision

02/12/2017  |  News Articles  |  Share

Franco Torres, abogado de inmigración de Catholic Charities, expresa que se debe pedir la identificación a los oficiales. Solo una orden emitida por un juez otorga el permiso para ingresar a una residencia.

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N.Y. Archdiocese sets five-year, $100 million goal for Catholic Charities - Crux

02/06/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

NEW YORK - The Archdiocese of New York opened a campaign to raise $100 million by 2022 for services and opportunities for children and families, especially the poorest and most vulnerable.

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan announced the campaign during a luncheon Jan. 29 at 30 Rockefeller Center as part of the opening of the archdiocese’s...

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Suspenden acciones ejecutivas del presidente - Telemudo 47

02/03/2017  |  News Articles  |  Share

Una gran victoria para activistas que han participado en protestas y actos simbólicos por ocho días consecutivos en contra de las acciones del presidente.

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The Libyan refugee who made it into the US before the ban - CNN

02/03/2017  |  News Articles  |  Share

Jetlagged and jittery, Hass walks through the arrivals door at John F. Kennedy International Airport -- eyes darting left and right, scanning the sea of strange faces in front of him.

He spots someone: A woman from Catholic Charities jumping up and down to catch his attention. She holds a sign, a big one. "Welcome to New York," it says....

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As Catholic Charities Opens Centennial Year, Cardinal Announces $100 Million Campaign - Catholic New York

02/01/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

Cardinal Dolan has announced a campaign to raise $100 million private philanthropic dollars during the next five years to provide help and create hope for children and families of New York, especially the poorest and most vulnerable, Catholic and non-Catholic alike.

The campaign is expected to leverage $4-5 billion when combined with...

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan Will Raise $100M to Fund Human Services for New Yorkers in Need - NBC4

01/30/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

Cardinal Timothy Dolan announced a $100 million fundraising campaign for New York City's human services Sunday as he marked the 100th anniversary of Catholic Charities of New York.

The privately funded initiative will be put toward improvements in the city's human services for New Yorkers in need. Combined with additional private funding...

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Catholic Charities launches $100M campaign to fund projects like affordable housing and helping immigrants - NY Daily News

01/29/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

Catholic Charities marked its 100th anniversary Sunday and launched a fund-raising campaign to raise $100 million over the next five years to support its charitable work.

“We don’t ask to see baptismal certificates, drivers licenses, passports or green cards,” Timothy Cardinal Dolan said in an address to the group’s centennial...

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Will Cardinal Timothy Dolan be able to fight Donald Trump’s executive orders on refugees? - AMNY

01/29/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

As hundreds prepared to gather at Battery Park to protest President Donald Trump’s executive orders severely limiting refugees on Sunday — a day after more than a thousand besieged JFK’s Terminal 4 to do the same — New York’s political, business and religious elite also huddled as one. How did they stand?

The 30 Rock lunch celebrating...

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Refugees already settled in U.S. concerned over Trump order - PBS

01/29/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

The U.S. admitted 12,500 Syrian refugees in 2016, but President Donald Trump’s executive order Friday indefinitely bans any more from entering the U.S. NewsHour Weekend Correspondent Megan Thompson reports on how the Trump administration's policy has left some refugees already in the country very concerned.

MEGAN THOMPSON, PBS NEWSHOUR...

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Reaffirming Our Solidarity With Immigrants & Refugees

01/26/2017  |  Statements from Catholic Charities  |  Share

Catholic Charities reaffirms our solidarity with immigrants and refugees who come to this nation to make a better life for themselves, their families, and their neighbors.  This is particularly important in times of uncertainty and anxiety.

The newly issued Executive Orders impact areas of immigration policy in ways that are deeply...

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ShopRite, New York Archdiocese aim to fill food pantries in region - Daily Freeman

01/26/2017  |  News Articles  |  Share

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and ShopRite Supermarkets are teaming up for the Feeding Our Neighbors campaign to replenish food pantries throughout the Archdiocese of New York, which includes Catholic Charities Community Services in Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan, Westchester, and Ulster counties.

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Catholic Charities and ShopRite Supermarkets Partnering to Replenish Food Pantries and Feed Hungry Families in Hudson Valley

01/19/2017  |  Media Alerts  |  Share

For Immediate Release                                             
For more information, contact: Kristin Jensen                                              
kristin.jensen@archny.org or 845.492.6331

– MEDIA ADVISORY –

Feeding Our Neighbors 2017 Campaign Kick-Off
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Happy Birthday, Catholic Charities! - Catholic New York

01/19/2017  |  Centennial News  |  Share

LORD, TO WHOM SHALL WE GO?

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

Historians tells us that 1917 was the year that the United States “came of age,” as, with its entrance into World War I, our nation realized its global duties.

Well, that same year, my predecessor, John Cardinal Farley, encouraged by the charitable ministries themselves...

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Catskill Confidential: Callicoon hospital joins Prescription Drug Take-Back Day- Record Online

01/16/2017  |  News Articles  |  Share

Grover Hermann Hospital is joining forces with local police agencies to sponsor a Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Jan. 21.

Unwanted pills can be dropped off between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Grover Hermann Hospital lobby on State Route 97 in Callicoon.

They can also be deposited in bins at the Town of Fallsburg, Village of...

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Run2Live, Jackson family donates gifts to Astor children at P.S. 352 - Bronx Times

12/31/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

Children at Astor Services and Families’ program at P.S. 352 got gifts in time for the holiday season on Tuesday, December 20. The giveaway, now in its seventh year, came courtesy of Run2Live Foundation and Stephen Jackson and his family. About 40 children received gifts in an effort to show the children that the world cares about them and to...

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