Posted February 01, 2021
Fr. Joseph McNulty, longtime pastor of St. Augustine Catholic Church, recently retired from his role as pastor as well as director of Catholic Charities Disability Ministries.
Below we highlight his years of tremendous ministry and service, both with the Diocese of Cleveland and Catholic Charities.
Family & Ordination
Ordained in 1969, Fr. Joe comes from a large family of seven other siblings, including two brothers who followed him into the seminary.
While one became a priest, the other—Dennis McNulty—did not. Instead, Dennis spent his life ministering to persons with disabilities, just as Fr. Joe did. In fact, Fr. Joe's brother also served Catholic Charities.... read more
Posted December 15, 2020
Fatima Family Center will give the gift of joy this holiday season to hundreds of individuals in need in Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood, thanks in large part to a generous donation from Morgan Stanley.
The investment bank... read more
Posted November 06, 2020
Earlier today, Catholic Charities staff gathered together at La Sagrada Familia Church in Cleveland's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood to celebrate its 21st Annual St. Elizabeth of Hungary Mass & Awards.
Catholic Diocese of Cleveland Bishop Edward Malesic presided... read more
Posted October 23, 2020
The Center for Community Solutions today named Catholic Charities volunteer Renee Hooks as one of Greater Cleveland’s Most Treasured Volunteers. Hooks joins five other volunteers from various organizations around the city as a recipient of... read more
Posted October 16, 2020
Just over a month ago, Bishop Edward Malesic was installed as the new Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland.
As he gets to know his new surroundings, he's made it a point to learn more... read more