Posts tagged with "Catholic Charities of Dallas"
Faith, Courage and MercyFriday, September 9, 20160398 For more than 30 years, Vanna Slaughter has directed the Immigration and Legal Services arm of Catholic Charities of Dallas, helping immigrants gain legal status and hope for a better future. Six years ago, however, her life changed forever. Slaughter's story is one of faith, courage and mercy.
Teaming up to help those in needMonday, March 21, 20160194 A new strategic partnership between Catholic Charities of Dallas and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul created a food program that has generated positive feedback and fruitful innovations since its launch at Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Church in Irving in December.
New CEO known for having a ‘heart for service’Thursday, March 3, 20160355 Catholic Charities of Dallas on Feb. 29 announced that the organization has named David Woodyard, a veteran international businessman and active community volunteer, as its chief executive officer to oversee the next growth chapter of the mission-focused agency.
Hall of famer, bishop team up to inspire volunteersTuesday, October 20, 20150127 Recalling the importance of teamwork, commitment and selfless giving, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and pro football Hall of Famer Roger Staubach delivered the keynote address during the 4th Annual Breakfast with the Bishop at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Richardson on Oct. 9.
Program helps women 'Getting Back on Our Feet'Friday, October 2, 2015065 The gift that the women bring to their training classes at Catholic Charities of Dallas’ headquarters is something that circumstances, however challenging, never could wrest from them—a pure love of children. The gift that they receive from the “Getting Back on Our Feet” program is the chance to prepare to work in the child care...
Caring spirit drives Angel of the Year honoreeThursday, April 30, 20150349 Anne O’Brien will be recognized at the Angels’ 14th annual Spring Mass and Luncheon on May 5. A 10:30 a.m. Mass at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe will be followed by a noon luncheon at the nearby Meyerson Symphony Center.
Catholic Charities ready to provide assistanceFriday, November 21, 2014097 One day after President Barack Obama announced an executive action intended to temporarily shelter up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, Catholic Charities of Dallas President and CEO Arne Nelson applauded the move, saying it will bring much-needed relief to thousands of undocumented immigrants living in North Texas.
Family thankful for blessing of adopted childFriday, November 21, 20140362 Since Sabina and David Vargo adopted Jacob in July, their Plano home has brimmed with joy, they said as they took turns cuddling Jacob. Sabina periodically carried him outdoors, where she held him tenderly as he experienced the fresh air and reached toward the sky.
Bishop Farrell: Give of yourself this holidayThe chill winds of November are upon us reminding everyone that the happy business of the Holiday Season is just around the corner. The warmth of the spirit of Thanksgiving and Christmas makes the cold winter more endurable…for most of us.
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