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One click can feed a community. VOTE every day for the Community Garden of Love on Facebook, and Catholic Charities could win $15,000 to feed the hungry in New York with fresh, healthy, locally produced food.
You can help feed the hungry in less than 5 seconds (we timed it) — and for free. Just vote for the “Community Garden of Love” every day in the Gardens for Good grant contest on Facebook, and Catholic...
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Learn how to fight hunger in our community, and help Feed Our Neighbors, the week of January 22 - January 29.
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donner a son prochain c'est l'education que seigneur jesus nous a apprit.amen
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Listen to Cardinal-designate Dolan address to his colleagues at the New York Catholic Center, on the day it was announced he would be named a Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI.
Tweet. January 6, 2012 — Archbishop Timothy Dolan joked that being named a Cardinal today – the Feast of the Epiphany, also known as the “twelfth day of Christmas” – “beats a partridge in a pear tree ...
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the cardinal of algiers is father henri thessier our holy father of algeria,the land of st.augustin. 
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St. Nicholas Project Shopping Day is growing! This program, which has long been an annual event in Manhattan, extended to Westchester, New York for the first time ever on Tuesday, December 6 -- the Feast Day of St. Nicholas. Read about how volunteers in Westchester, New York are making the season merry and bright for families in need.
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Providing Help. Creating Hope.
Catholic Charities helps solve the problems of New Yorkers in need - non-Catholics and Catholics alike. The neglected child, the homeless family, and the hungry senior are among those for whom we provide help and create hope. We rebuild lives and touch almost every human need promptly, locally, day in and day out, always with compassion and dignity. We help your neighbors as you would like to be helped if your family were in need.
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888-744-7900 (Help Line)
1011 First Avenue New York, NY 10022