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This week has been a momentous one for Catholic Charities of New York, as we welcomed Kerry Alys Robinson, the new President and CEO of Catholic Charities USA, for her first visit to our organization in this role. We were thrilled to have her with us, as we showcased...
Today, Catholic Charities New York held a special breakfast with keynote speaker Jan Hatzius, Chief Economist for Goldman Sachs, and rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). This special event was hosted by Lynn Martin, President, NYSE Group and Co-Chaired by CCNY trustees...
In the heart of New York City, where the bustling streets of commerce, tourism, and entertainment intersect, a unique and heartwarming initiative takes center stage during the holiday season. The 2023 Light the World Giving Machines campaign, launched by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints...
Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director, issues a statement on the recent work authorization for thousands of Venezuelan asylum seekers.
Even in an unusually warm winter, the snow and ice eventually arrive. It’s the afternoon of Feb. 27, and Natasha Lafontant is awaiting the first-of-the-year snowstorm expected that evening which will eventually drop six inches of white stuff in the area. As the social service supervisor for the Warming Center...
Three years before her death, speaking to a Chicago Tribune reporter, Dorothy Day allegedly said of canonization: “That’s the way people try to dismiss you.  If you’re a saint, then you must be impractical and utopian, and nobody has to pay any attention to you.” After...
Like many New Yorkers in the pandemic, Cordelia Francis was unemployed and took advantage of the time to for some job training on Zoom. Every day, the Brooklyn resident, in her fifties, would put on her best office clothes as she learned resume creation, office skills and job networking from...
George Horton and Tom Dobbins, Catholic Charities social justice advocates, cautioned that Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy is not “sanitized” as America prepares to celebrate his 94th birthday on the holiday which this year falls on Jan. 16. Dr. King was born on Jan. 15, 1929, in Atlanta....
Catholic Charities of New York stands in solidarity with the people of Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and the Caribbean as they begin to recover from the devastation left by Hurricane Fiona. We pray for everyone’s safety and affirm our commitment to assist in recovery...
Encore Community Services, an agency which serves the needs of seniors in Manhattan’s Theatre District, presented its Community Impact Award to Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese, at its June 21 fundraiser. At the event Encore director Jeremy Kaplan noted the...
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