Patrick Gareau, Secretary of Catholic
Catholic Charities provides direction, governance, integration, management, supervision and leadership within the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland in the ever-changing social and economic environment in which we live.
Our work is accomplished through several entities and we are blessed with competent leaders and skilled employees in all areas of service. We are dedicated to be collaborative and to interact with public and private health and human service organizations at local, diocesan, state and national levels. In this way, we can serve the people of the eight counties of the Diocese in the most effective way.
Catholic Commission of Summit County's Annual Dinner
The Catholic Commission of Summit County’s annual dinner will be held on Friday, December 6, at the Fr. Silva Center of St. Matthew Parish, Ellet. Reservations are $45 a person and can be made by calling 330-535-2787 or emailing Ann Coplan at email@example.com
Congratulations: Karen P. Leith, PhD, Named 2013 Bishop William Cosgrove Justice Award Recipient Press Release
We are pleased to present our 2012 Report to the Community. The report highlights our activities and achievements during 2012, which was also our 100th anniversary. We give thanks to God for His blessings over the past 100 years and look forward with hope and excitement to the century to come.
From: Patrick Gareau, President & Chief Executive Officer
CLEVELAND, Ohio – [February 15, 2012] - Recently there has been false information regarding Catholic Charities’ position on the “compromise” regarding the mandate of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regarding health care coverage for contraception, sterilization and abortion-inducing drugs...
Click here to read Catholic Charities' Position Regarding the HHS Mandate.
Make a gift to the 2013 Annual Appeal
Please visit the Catholic Charities Issues page to learn about issues facing the work of Catholic Charities
Head Start Web Site Head Start Locations
We must remember our most vulnerable brothers and sisters, especially in this time of budget crisis. Please pray for a deeper understanding of the dignity of life that sees budgets as moral documents and, therefore, the need to be concerned about how the most vulnerable are treated. Please visit and “Like” us on Facebook and go to www.catholic-action.org for more information.
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