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Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland Good Samaritan Grants now open

In order to respond quickly to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in communities, this year's Good Samaritan Grants Program from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland opens today, April 1, more than a month earlier than in past years. The program will also have an expedited, rolling application process.[More]

tags: Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, Foundations

Early Child Resource Center offering extra support for Temporary Pandemic Child Care Programs

The Early Childhood Resource Center is offering temporary pandemic child care programs to access resources, communication, mini-grants and staffing to stay operational and provide child care for essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis.
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tags: Early Childhood Resource Center, outreach

A prayer and reflection for the fifth week of Lent

“When Jesus saw Mary weeping and the others who had come with her weeping, he became perturbed and deeply troubled, and said, ‘Where have you laid him? ’They said to him, ‘Sir, come and see.’ And Jesus wept.” JOHN 11:33-35. On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share the following prayer and reflection for the fifth week of Lent.[More]

tags: Prayers, Sisters of Charity Health System, Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, Catholic Health Association

Sr. Judith Ann Karam, CSA, joins other faith-based leaders in promoting the census during 2020 Census Faith Communities Weekend of Action

This weekend, March 27-29, is the 2020 Census Faith Communities Weekend of Action. Sister Judith Ann Karam, CSA, congregational leader for the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, shared a video message about the importance of the census and the vital role faith leaders can play in sharing information about the 2020 Census with congregants, members and community this weekend and beyond - and encourage them to respond to the 2020 Census now.[More]

tags: Sister Judith Ann Karam, Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine

Regina Health Center resident helps the homeless during COVID-19 pandemic

The St. Paschal Baylon Helping Hands Ministry has never missed a weekly delivery of meals and supplies to the homeless in Cleveland since it was founded by Regina Health Center resident Deacon Joseph Bourgeois, SSS, in 2008—and that even includes Christmas day. While the COVID-19 pandemic has shut much of the state down, it hasn’t shut down the urgent needs of the homeless. Deacon Joe has been hard at work from his room at Regina Health Center helping the homeless and serving as an example of everyone doing their part and serving others during this uncertain time.[More]

tags: Regina Health Center, health care