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The Bible may be a bestseller, but for many, it remains on the shelf, nice for ornamentation, yet rarely opened. Not difficult to see why: It’s intimidating, from the lists of begats, to the kosher dietary laws, to St. Paul’s epistles which can sound wrapped in ancient philosophical concepts foreign...
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As executive director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan took on the humanitarian response to the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, tackled issues such as immigration, housing and homelessness and served as co-Chair of the Human Services Transition Committee under New York City Bill...
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During the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis made a heartfelt appeal for peace in Ukraine, saying that the threat of war had caused “great pain in my heart.” “Despite the diplomatic efforts of the last few weeks,” the Pope said, “increasingly alarming scenarios are opening up,” with many...
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In the New York Daily News, Cardinal Timothy Dolan writes about how New Yorkers can best address concerns about violence in the city. He suggests solutions lie in supporting the work of the police and addressing homelessness caused by mental illness and poverty. In the column, he quotes Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Executive...
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Fr. Eric Cruz, Bronx director for Catholic Charities New York, discuss Catholic Charities response to the Bronx fire and the importance of spiritual accompaniment in times of crisis.
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A Christmas Message from Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York.
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The Christmas season, a time for giving, naturally fits the mission of Catholic Charities. Those who work for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York are privileged to partake in that Christmas spirit. Following are three Christmas memories generously shared by Catholic Charities’ leaders. A number of years ago we got a donor to support...
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The lighting of the Rockefeller Center tree would happen later that evening, yet friends of Catholic Charities were reminded of the phrase from the late bestselling author and dear friend of Catholic Charities New York, Mary Higgins Clark, that the New York City Christmas season officially begins at the Cardinal’s...
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Two winter scarves: $15. A pair of gloves: $5. Two basketballs: $60. A day at Yankee Stadium: $150. A Metrocard: $32. Also included are a Passover meal for two: $36 and a laptop $250. It’s an extensive Christmas and Holiday shopping list contained in...
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Meet Aleksandra Jelonek and Eddie McNelis. They will be among the 13 participants supporting Catholic Charities who will run in the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon Nov. 7. Both Eddie and Aleksandra will run in support of the St. Nicholas Project, a Catholic Charities of New York Christmas...
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