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Catholic Relief Services Responds to Ebola Crisis

Visit this page for resources about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Catholic Relief Services’ response, and what you need to know about the disease in the United States. Catholic Relief Services Ebola resources.

 

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Year of the Family Sept./Oct. Newsletter

Catholic Charities is celebrating a year of the family in anticipation of the World Day of Families next September. Our newsletter for the months of September and October is now available. Read and print here.

 

 

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Two Years Later Recovery Continues

Miriam Tanguay, a Catholic Charities employee, lost her home to Super Storm Sandy in 2012. Two years later she and other members of the Disaster Case Management Program team continue to assist hundreds of victims of the storm. Read more here.

 

Iraqi Refugee: The Before and After

Our refugee and immigration services program helps refugees who have experienced incredible trauma become self-sufficient contributors in their new communities. Two Iraqi refugees, one who has just arrived and one who has been here for several years, share their stories here.

 

Join Our Team

Careers With Catholic Charities Camden. See latest job postings here.

 

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 About Us

Providing Hope since 1936Andy with Sonia

From our humble roots when we started as the Catholic Aid Society through to today, our mission has not changed; to serve the poor and vulnerable and to do it with dignity and respect.  Each year, we serve more than 30,000 people in the six counties of the diocese.

Our Guiding Principles

We recognize that the interactions we have with people are as important as the outcomes of those interactions.

We remind ourselves that all people have the right and a duty to participate in seeking together the common good, and the well-being of families and communities.

We make the physically, emotionally, and economically marginalized central to our work, and we recognize that each encounter we have with the poor and vulnerable is an opportunity to receive the gifts of humanness, holiness, and faith, which they bring with them.

 

We are privileged to talk to all whom we encounter about their experiences. We not only give, but receive from this encounter, and are reminded of our vulnerability, poverty, and dignity. Then, we are given the responsibility to share these encounters and lived experiences with more people who, in turn, are given the same responsibility.

We endeavor to listen to people describe their needs and strive for ways to meet their needs and help to direct them develop and apply their skills to meet their own needs.

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