DENVER — Catholic relief agencies in Colorado are assembling to provide long-term assistance for victims of the massive floods that have struck the state’s Front Range in the past week.
“It’s just been devastating,” said Geoff Bennett, vice president of shelter and community outreach for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Denver.
“It’s sad to see people losing their homes and in some cases people losing their lives. They’ve been in our prayers, and we’re trying to figure out how to best assist,” he said.
Bennett told CNA that the agency is reaching out to parishes in affected areas “just to assess what the need is and how we can provide assistance.”
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