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Executive Director Monsignor Kevin Sullivan shares a video message from a Caritas site in Krakow, Poland, on why Catholic Charites of New York was in the region with Cardinal Dolan talking to Ukrainian Refugees and aid workers.  Monsignor Kevin Sullivan traveled to Poland last week to witness relief efforts by Catholic...
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You say you bleed red, white and blue and are as American as can be? Try to answer these citizenship questions, without Google, Siri, or Echo assistance: Who was President during World War I? How many amendments are in the constitution? Why does the flag have 13 stripes? Who is...
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The War challenges the world and New Yorkers to respond to the refugee crisis. Europe is facing a crisis in Ukraine that it hasn’t faced since World War II, with all indications that the consequences of the Russian invasion will be long-lasting. While the major current focus is on the violence of war,...
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The Excluded Workers Fund is a lifeline for many immigrants across New York State who were left out of state and federal pandemic financial assistance, even as they risked their lives and health to be on the front lines during COVID-19. Through the Catholic Charities Community...
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Union members and leaders came, by the hundreds, down the aisle at St. Patrick’s Cathedral behind banners proclaiming labor unity. The bagpipe strains of “Immaculate Mary” filled the church, thanks to the Sword of Light band from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), all joined together at the...
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Currents News Air Date August, 24, 2021. As the Taliban grows stronger each day in Afghanistan, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York is trying to help those fleeing for their life. “We have already begun that process and we are prepared to do more as...
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Catholic Charities continues to resettle Afghan refugees, assisting two families and a single man who arrived in the United States this month.  It’s work that is sure to intensify with thousands fleeing the country as the Taliban strengthen their grip after more than 20 years of war. Those who want to contribute to the...
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Catholic Charities Emergency Relief Fund is supporting Haiti’s relief and recovery from a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the country Aug. 14, killing more than 1,300 people and injuring 5,700.  While Catholic Charities in New York (CCNY) focuses on needs in the metropolitan area, the reach of the services...
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Article orignially appears on July 13, 2021 in the National Catholic Reporter. Reprinted with permission. LOS ANGELES — Four Catholic Charities branches and three Catholic legal organizations have signed onto a letter urging top U.S. immigration officials to address the concerns of Special Immigrant Juvenile, or SIJ, status holders who remain at risk of deportation...
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Vivian   Villar   Buitron,  originally   from   Peru,   joined Catholic Charities’ Office of New Americans English and Citizenship class in the fall of 2020. On March 2, 2021, a year and a half after submitting her application, Vivian was granted U.S. citizenship. Vivian...
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