Posts Tagged ‘Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan’

Looking for a place to watch the Super Bowl – or, as we spell it, the SOUPer Bowl?

Friday, February 1st, 2013

By Alice Kenny

  • Watch the Super Bowl and contribute to Feeding our Neighbors at the same time
  • Bring a can of  food or make a donation at the bar and receive a discount on a drink.
  • Meet Us:  at O’Casey’s Restaurant and Irish Pub*
  • Starts at 5pm, so come early and help your New York neighbors.

Feeding Our Neighbors is an Archdiocesan-wide drive to provide one million meals for hungry New Yorkers, replenishing food pantries that support non-Catholics and Catholics alike.

  • In New York City, approximately 400,000 children rely on soup kitchens and food pantries for food.
  • In New York State, more than 3 million people rely on the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP, or Food Stamps) to meet their basic food needs.

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan kicked off the campaign last Sunday, January 27, at Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Join us this Sunday, February 3, for the final SOUPer Bowl kickoff of a great campaign.

Help us meet our goal of providing 1 million meals through Feeding Our Neighbors

It’s Never Too Late to Help Feed Our Neighbors.

Seeking Insight and Inspiration After the Turmoil Inflicted by Hurricane Sandy? Read this message from Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan.

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

“The bad news is that the extent of the destruction from the storm seems wider and deeper each day,” Cardinal Dolan wrote in his November 13 blog post.

“…The good news is that God’s people – you – rose to the occasion…Catholic Charities of the archdiocese has been on the front lines, providing not only relief, but coordination of aid, helping as well to renew the spirit by providing counselors for those hit hard by loss.”

Click here to read Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan’s full message.

 

Do you need help?

Call Catholic Charities Toll-free Helpline: (888) 744-7900

Click here for more resources and information

 

Would you like to help others recover?

 

 

 

Text SANDY to 85944 to make a one-time $10 donation.

 

Labor Day; Work is more than a Paycheck

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Cardinal Timothy Michael Dolan told more than 500 union members and labor leaders that “work is cooperation with God’s plan for creation,” when he celebrated Labor Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on September 8. Union members served as readers, gift bearers and servers at the mass. Then, as they later marched down Fifth Ave. past the Cathedral for the annual Labor Day Parade, they and others were greeted by the Cardinal and Catholic Charities Executive Director Kevin Sullivan.

Cardinal Dolan’s message recapped the recent Labor Day Statement released by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

“Work is more than a paycheck,” the bishops wrote. “It helps raise our families, develop our potential, share in God’s creation, and contribute to the common good.
Click here to read more.

Looking for Work? Cardinal Dolan Adds His Endorsement to Grace Institute’s Free Job Training Classes

Monday, August 27th, 2012

His Excellency, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, visited Grace Institute in Manhattan on August 14 to lend his support to this Catholic Charities affiliate that, for more than a century, has provided tuition-free business skills job training for more than 100,000 women in need.

Classes that Grace Institute provides in keyboarding skills, the hands-on experience it offers with Microsoft Office Suite programs Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and Outlook, and its job placement success rate make the Institute’s offerings particularly valuable now during this tightened employment market.

  • Click here to see if you or someone you know may qualify for Grace Institute’s tuition-free classes.
  • Click here to read the profile of Ivonne Diaz and learn how Grace Institute helped her.