Posted May 06, 2021
Just a few weeks ago, Catholic Charities celebrated its annual Volunteer Appreciation, honoring the organization's exceptional volunteers.
Several individuals and groups were recognized, from a husband and wife who have volunteered at St. Philip Neri Family Center for over 30 years, to a group of students at St. Dominic School who spent time at the Parma-based residential treatment facility, Matt Talbot for Men.
The men at Grafton Correctional Institution were also honored, presented with the Core Value Award for Justice for their contributions to Catholic Charities in the form of handmade masks and garden-grown vegetables.
"It was a beautiful collaborative experience for all... read more
Posted March 26, 2021
Earlier this year, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland named Terrance Ray as the new director of the Marketing and Communication Department. This appointment comes after the departure of Bethany Ream, who served as director since... read more
Posted March 24, 2021 by Maria Torres
Sharon Kuntz, a full-time therapist with our Outpatient Mental Health program (located in the Covenant Center), began her journey with Catholic Charities on March 22, 1976 — 45 years ago.
This special contribution by Clinical Supervisor... read more
Posted March 24, 2021
Earlier this week, Catholic Charities announced Mary P. von Carlowitz as the new director of The Office for Human Life.
This appointment comes after Peggy Gerovac's retirement in 2020.
"I am so incredibly humbled to be able... read more
Posted March 22, 2021
In just a month after kicking off the 2021 Annual Appeal's in-pew weekend, 5,643 donors throughout the Diocese of Cleveland gave over $1 million, securing an additional $1 million from an anonymous donor who proposed... read more