When you meet JoEtta Oglesby, it’s impossible not to get caught up in her abundant joy and buoyant personality. As she will readily tell you, much of her joy comes from spending her days volunteering as a foster grandparent, assisting children in the classroom through Catholic Charities’ Senior Corps program.
“This exhibit comes to the museum as the nation grapples with recent investigative reporting exposing the separation of families at our borders,” said Dion Brown, president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. “It is incredibly important that we host this exhibit that partners with organizations like Catholic
Every minute, 24 people leave everything behind to flee war, persecution and terror. Most will live the balance of their lives as refugees. More than half of these refugees are children, according to the UN Refugee Agency. “The world is facing its largest refugee crisis since World War II and
CINCINNATI – May 10, 2017 – They’re humble servants who feed the hungry, tend the sick, comfort the lonely and protect the vulnerable. They inspire others to be merciful to neighbors and strangers alike. Chances are you know a Champion of Mercy, and Catholic Charities is seeking your support in
It’s time to recognize others who carry out mercy through charitable work as part of the Champion of Mercy Awards that will be presented to 100 individuals and groups by Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio this year. Up to $5,000 will be awarded by Catholic Charities to the very best applicants
Press Release Dozens of caregivers from across Greater Cincinnati will be honored at a special Mass Sunday Nov. 9 at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains in downtown Cincinnati. Called the “White Mass” in honor of the clothing traditionally worn by members of the caring professions, the Mass and reception that