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A $12,000 CCHD grant awarded to Youth Empowered Society in Baltimore will allow the organization to continue its mission to help homeless youths

A $12,000 CCHD grant awarded to Youth Empowered Society in Baltimore will allow the organization to continue its mission to help homeless youths

Baltimore senior Danielle Veney makes giving back part of her everyday life and is truly inspirational at such a young age. She spends four hundred dollars of her own earnings on supplies for homeless kids each year. She is also starting a faith-based nonprofit to provide mentors to at-risk youth.

Baltimore senior Danielle Veney makes giving back part of her everyday life and is truly inspirational at such a young age. She spends four hundred dollars of her own earnings on supplies for homeless kids each year. She is also starting a faith-based nonprofit to provide mentors to at-risk youth.

Tragedy in parishioner Jerry Schreiber’s life led to his long-term volunteerism in the Hispanic community, which includes teaching Latino immigrants English for 17 years

Tragedy in parishioner Jerry Schreiber’s life led to his long-term volunteerism in the Hispanic community, which includes teaching Latino immigrants English for 17 years

Showing his support for those suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease, the superintendent of Catholic schools for the Cincinnati Archdiocese took part in the ice bucket challenge Aug. 21. He donated to the John Paul II Medical Research Institute, which does not use embryonic stem cells in its research.

Showing his support for those suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease, the superintendent of Catholic schools for the Cincinnati Archdiocese took part in the ice bucket challenge Aug. 21. He donated to the John Paul II Medical Research Institute, which does not use embryonic stem cells in its research.

Youths from the Archdiocese of Baltimore share their #NCYC2013 experiences, including donating 12 inches of hair to Locks of Love. “NCYC could seriously change someone’s life.”

Youths from the Archdiocese of Baltimore share their #NCYC2013 experiences, including donating 12 inches of hair to Locks of Love. “NCYC could seriously change someone’s life.”

Common Core has been a hot topic for parents, students and educators. Find out how the new standards affect the curriculum of Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic Schools.

Common Core has been a hot topic for parents, students and educators. Find out how the new standards affect the curriculum of Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic Schools.

Father Robert Rosebrough, pastor of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish in Ferguson, Mo., prays in the rain during a Aug. 16 service at the site of the death of Michael Brown. The unarmed teen was shot and killed Aug. 9 by a police officer.

Father Robert Rosebrough, pastor of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish in Ferguson, Mo., prays in the rain during a Aug. 16 service at the site of the death of Michael Brown. The unarmed teen was shot and killed Aug. 9 by a police officer.

“Sew Hopeful”: Kathy Furth sews for a living, but that didn’t stop her from creating a ministry at her parish, to provide handmade newborn clothing to women in crisis pregnancy situations  through the Gabriel Network

“Sew Hopeful”: Kathy Furth sews for a living, but that didn’t stop her from creating a ministry at her parish, to provide handmade newborn clothing to women in crisis pregnancy situations through the Gabriel Network

Volunteers will make 900 hand-crafted ceramic bowls for St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore’s fundraising event, Empty Bowls, which raises money to serve the hungry and homeless.

Volunteers will make 900 hand-crafted ceramic bowls for St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore’s fundraising event, Empty Bowls, which raises money to serve the hungry and homeless.

Williams Guevara-Martinez was almost 17 when he left his home near San Salvador, El Salvador, and headed north for the U.S. Guevara is among tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have entered the U.S. illegally in recent years, and whose numbers are on the rise. Charities, such as the Esperanza Center, play a crucial role in connecting these unaccompanied minors to family members.

Williams Guevara-Martinez was almost 17 when he left his home near San Salvador, El Salvador, and headed north for the U.S. Guevara is among tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have entered the U.S. illegally in recent years, and whose numbers are on the rise. Charities, such as the Esperanza Center, play a crucial role in connecting these unaccompanied minors to family members.

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