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Check Out These Stories Of Hope - Share Your Own

Posted on April 6, 2015 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

When Stephanie lost her vision, hope meant learning how to live independently once again.

For Mark, hope is the way his baby girls looks at him when he calls her name.

For Loren, hope is never giving up her dream. While hope means something different for each of us -- We often come up with hope’s meaning when it seems farthest away.

That’s why we’re sponsoring What is Hope this Easter season, a campaign that interviews New Yorkers and provides hope for those who need it most.

You can view the stories here and submit your own. Catholic Charities provided help and created hope for over 400,000 New Yorkers in need last year. We all need hope.

Join us.

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