Posted October 16, 2021 by Lindsay Scheetz, Integrated Marketing Specialist
It was October 17, 1987, when over 100,000 people gathered in the Trocadero Plaza in Paris, France, to emphasize the dignity of the human person: specifically, to show their refusal for extreme poverty in the world and honor those experiencing it. The large crowd had gathered in response to the appeal of French priest Fr. Joseph Wresinski, who was passionate about defending human life and helping those in misery. Fr. Wresinski founded the ATD (All Together in Dignity) Fourth World Movement, a movement that—even to this day—strives to unite the world in solidarity by assisting those who live in extreme... read more
Posted September 17, 2021
CLEVELAND, OHIO, September 17, 2021 – Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland announced Wednesday that Andrea Harris has been named the new Chief Administrative Officer of the organization. An experienced leader within Catholic Charities already, Harris... read more
Posted July 16, 2021
(Photo caption: From left to right: Hispanic Senior Center staff members Gloria Martinez, Sandra Roman and Esther Rodriguez.)
When lockdown began in March 2020, Catholic Charities' Hispanic Senior Center—which provides recreational and socialization activities for... read more
Posted July 07, 2021
Earlier this month, Fatima Family Center's child care program received a 5-star rating from Step Up to Quality (SUTQ), the quality rating and improvement system administered by Ohio's Department of Education and Department of Job... read more
Posted July 02, 2021
Today we honor Patricia Jackson, our Pandemic Hero in Heaven.
After a long battle against cancer, Patricia—or Pat—joined her Heavenly Father on June 23, 2021.
"She is truly a pandemic hero because despite her health challenges she... read more