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Catholic Charities CEO to Retire in April: Bergh’s Tenure Brought Program Expansion and New Services
by Eileen Connelly, OSU When Ted Bergh retires from his position as CEO of Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWO) on April 3, he will do so knowing he responded to God’s call, along with making an indelible impact on the lives of those experiencing poverty. Bergh, who ministered with Catholic
CINCINNATI – March 17, 2020 – Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio will continue to serve local families with critical services while taking precautions to minimize risk to all staff, volunteers and clients. We are reassessing key services to continue while suspending services that are non-critical at this time. Our team will
Together, we can teach, feed, and heal through our CMA ministries. Thousands of people across 19 counties in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati rely on the generosity of people like you. Your gift makes a meaningful difference for families during some of life’s most difficult moments. The CMA supports six ministries
by Eileen Connelly, OSU At just 16, Manirambona Ernestine left the refugee camp in Tanzania where she had been living with her parents and six siblings, bound for the United States. It was the start of a stable, new life for the family, originally from Burundi. Conditions in the camp
By Michelle Dushensky Acts of mercy occur every day—and are often overlooked. But when sharing God’s mercy becomes a way of life rather than an occasional occurrence, it’s impossible not to take notice. Since 2016, Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWO) has recognized individuals and groups in the greater Cincinnati area
By Walt Schaefer An oil painting on the wall of Ahmad Darouich’s Bond Hill home depicts a police officer, arm outstretched, one hand up, telling the viewer to stop. It has a deeper meaning to Darouich, who came to the United States from Aleppo, Syria, 11 months ago.