When Jared walked into our emergency assistance center, we were his last choice.
Saint Teresa of Calcutta once said, “Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time.” It’s a mantra Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas has put into practice for the last 60 years.
“In youth, the days are short and the years are long. In old age, the years are short and the days are long.”
It’s the time of year when school-aged children everywhere are celebrating the end-of-school countdown.
Bobby is in the fifth grade. He studies hard to make good grades and dreams of becoming a policeman. Bobby likes school. He likes his teachers. And he likes that, during the week, he…
Imagine, after a long and tiresome journey, not having a place to lay your weary head.
Refugees have suffered through unconscionable trials and conditions, but somehow persevered and finally made their way to Kansas.
Are we a merciful church? Are we merciful individuals?
by Ken Williams When the kids get older, I’m going to volunteer more. If I can just get that promotion, I’ll be set and my schedule will be much more flexible, then I’ll volunteer. A…
by Ken Williams I am often asked how our employees and volunteers stay positive when surrounded by so much poverty and personal struggle in our local communities. The work of Catholic Charities and our parish…