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What happened when a homeless man asked for a meal with 50 cents

A beautiful act of kindness by a young employee led to a big surprise.

Tim Tebow spends his 32nd birthday raising money for his children’s hospital

The goal of $150,000 could provide 150 medical procedures for children in the Philippines

NY Catholic Charities recieves 10,000 lbs of food from Goya

Goya Foods donates hundreds of thousands of pounds of food each year to fulfill its "social responsibility."

Delaware priest launches program for parishioners to write prisoners

Interested Catholics would be paired with one of the 2,500 inmates in his diocese's maximum security prison.

How one carpenter used his whole life’s savings to help young people he didn’t know

The hard work of one simple man has changed the lives of 33 people.

Father of six dies after being knocked to ground by strong wave in North Carolina

Lee Dingle, husband of Christian writer Shannon Hope Dingle, was playing with his kids at seashore when intense wave came along.

How the Irish potato is saving the lives of millions

Ethiopians are growing the famed Irish spud and the crops are thriving.

Parish priest personally pays the bills of 200 redundant coal miners

Fr. Jim Sichko from Lexington really practices what he preaches!

Faith is at the heart of this new state-of-the-art medical clinic in Haiti

Thanks to the dedication of charity workers from Haiti180, isolated villagers will get the medical care they need.

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