Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless

Catholic Renewal Discussion: “Finding True Happiness” with Fr. Robert Spitzer

Catholic Renewal is a group of professionals in the corporate restructuring industry committed to building a community and network that will provide charitable assistance to individuals and groups in need through the inspiration and spiritual growth of its members.


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Back to School Annual Event

Please join us for a fun event to help children of all ages prepare for Back To School!! First come, First serve. A parent or guardian must be present,...

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Catholic Charities Joins Forces to Reverse the Reality of Homeless Veterans

The tragic reality of homeless veterans – at least 2,000 in New York City alone - has persisted far too long and Catholic Charities has joined forced to stop it. Yesterday, August 11th,...

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Dwelling Place of NY - Celebrate the Ancient Celtic Feast of Lughnasa


Left to Right: Playwright Honor Molloy & Poet John Brennan

Join us...

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Hungry, Old and Hunting through Garbage for Food

Elderly Woman Patrols Chinatown’s Streets

The night is dark and Kim Sim Ng, 80, pushes a shopping cart down Chinatown’s streets....

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School Buses Roll Out with Food, Not Kids, to Feed Hungry Families

Check out this “Stuff the Bus” Phenomenon!

“Stuff the Bus” caravans rolled out with 8,617...

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City & State’s On Diversity: “Creating A Culture of Belonging, Inclusion and Diversity

Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY, will join industry professionals from across the state including: policymakers, elected officials,...

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Nazareth Housing - Annual Benefit


James Mangan
Morgan Stanley
Managing Director and Head of U.S. Litigation

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Catholic Charities Junior Board - Volunteer at the Meatloaf Kitchen

Join the Junior Board at their second monthly volunteering opportunity at the Meatloaf Kitchen - a soup kitchen in the East Village that serves meals of...

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Blind and Disabled Find Safety at St. Anthony Shelter for Renewal

 “Why Them & Not Me?”

That homelessness surged by 42-percent in New York comes as no surprise to St. Anthony Shelter for Renewal, an affiliate of Catholic Charities.


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