Parishes Respond to the Refugee Crisis

The Holy Father’s Call Pope Francis urges the Catholic community to assist those who have fled war and strife: “Faced with the tragedy of tens of thousands of refugees who are fleeing death by war and by hunger, and who are on a path toward a hope for... read more

Pray By Name

Fr. John Mosimann encourages us to pray for those we serve by name.  By Anne Devine (Program Manager, Family Services-South) Fr. John Mosimann, Pastor of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception, joined Family Services-South for their most recent quarterly priest... read more

Tune Into Grace

Grace in 30 is a radio program about individuals and organizations living by grace, and a call to action for listeners to join in and make our families, communities, businesses, and world better. The show airs weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. on WERA-LP, Arlington,... read more

Volunteer Spotlight: Frank Pallone

Frank Pallone has dedicated hundreds of hours to Catholic Charities’ Hogar Immigrant Services. He recently received the President’s Award for Voluntary Service.

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Celebrating Mother Teresa

As we gear up to celebrate the canonization of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, let us be faithful to Christ’s call to serve others. Mother Teresa is renowned for her service to the poor and the most vulnerable in society. She answered Christ’s call to feed the... read more

Backpack Blessings

At Christ House 65 kids received backpacks filled with school supplies, including a rosary and prayer cards.

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Serving Up Literacy

A mini-library system is thriving at our St. Lucy Project food pantry in Leesburg, providing access to books to poor families who may not have any.

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No Choice But to Flee

Maria helped Salvadoran authorities arrest gang members, but they couldn’t protect her from the death threats that followed. With no choice but to flee, she sought asylum in the United States and now has a bright — and safe — future ahead of her because of Catholic Charities’ Hogar Immigrant Services.

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