The town of Lake Charles, Louisiana, is reeling from more than a foot of rain and widespread flooding.
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Catholic Charities sprang into action in March 2020, as the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. prompted stay-at-home orders in D.C. and neighboring states.
The aftermath of the strong storm shows much work continues to rebuild property and secure lives and livelihoods.
In Washington, DC, Catholic Charities distributed bags of groceries and hot meals to residents of one of the communities hardest-hit by coronavirus.
In response to the controversy, in the Diocese of Spokane “the Annual Catholic Charities Christmas Collection will either be replaced by or taken in conjunction with the Black and Indian Missions Collection,” Bishop Daly said.
Catholic Charities responded to the lawsuit in a statement, saying, “Ms. Kenny was a valued employee of Catholic Charities, an agency that is unconditionally committed to maintaining a workplace free from all discrimination, harassment, or unlawful retaliation.”
Father Buckley said that he had two main areas of concern when it came to his parish: providing food to his parishioners, and ensuring their psychological health.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has declared a state disaster and the state is seeking a federal designation from the national government.
The Catholic take on ‘Giving Tuesday’ phenomenon has become a national force since it began as a New Orleans Archdiocese initiative.
Sharonell Fulton, et al. v. City of Philadelphia could have major implications as the high court continues to sort out questions of how far religious-freedom protections go