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Charity

Catholic hospital closures in Eritrea: “It is like amputating one of the Church’s arms”

In mid-June, the Eritrean military forcibly closed down 21 Catholic hospitals and other medical facilities.

Individual charitable giving was down in 2018

Study suggest change in tax code, rise of "nones" and abuse scandals impacted donor choices

A friend’s cancer, a businessman’s calling, and a bridge built to Bolivia

Solidarity Bridge brings healing and advanced surgical care to the poor in Latin America.

He gave up his lucrative job to build beds for kids who didn’t have them

After building a successful career, Luke Mickelson now helps children sleep a little deeper.

Detroit priest hires homeless to help clean up the city

Better Way Detroit is the result of priestly efforts to help the homeless community.

Want to donate to the Notre Dame reconstruction effort? Here’s how

The Catholic communities of the world are coming together to restore this important cathedral.

Aid to the Church in Need is the recipient of the 2019 Path to Peace Award

The international papal charity was recognized for its humanitarian and pastoral support of persecuted Christians.

Nuns from Myanmar care for the disabled and educate the young

The Sisters of Charity demonstrate what it means to give your whole life to service.

In New York, Catholic Charities opens low-income housing on spot where churches once stood

Cardinal Dolan dedicates new building in the Bronx with 112 apartments

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