Catholic Charities North Dakota Caritas Awards Luncheon Join us on March 10 for the Catholic Charities North Dakota Caritas Awards…
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Congratulations to Donna Byzewski, this year’s winner of the Sister Donna Jean Chaput Award presented by Linda Jaeger at the…
“All but for the grace of God and the companionship of my wonderful husband Kenny Many Horses, I have been given the opportunity to serve and be a blessing to the people of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.”
Birth Mothers deserve to be celebrated, to be honored, and Catholic Charities North Dakota would like to take the opportunity to honor each and every woman who has made an adoption plan for their child. Our respect for you and for the choices that you have made are greater than any words could ever describe. You are amazing! You have given your child life, a future, and love!
Please join us for our Annual Caritas Award Luncheon in Fargo honoring Agnes Harrington for her work in the fields…
Sts. Anne & Joachim recently host Catholic Charities Crib Project where essential baby items were donated to help the clients served in our Pregnancy, Parenting, and Adoption Services Program.
Sister Mary Michael, Sister Josephine, and Sister Amal Grace received Catholic Charities North Dakota’s Caritas Award on May 8th for their outreach at Spirit of Life Church in Mandan that shows God’s love and mercy to all those in need.
Take a look inside the Spring 2018 edition of ‘The Networker’ to hear from our Executive Director as well as our Program Directors. They each share an important message or story about the work being done at Catholic Charities North Dakota and how they are helping those in need right here in North Dakota.
5th grade students from Nativity Elementary School in Fargo, ND took time off from their busy schedules to visit our Fargo Catholic Charities office earlier this month.
Sister Agatha Lucey, Sister Josephine Brennan, and Sister Mary Beauclair are receiving the Catholic Charities North Dakota Caritas Award because of their outstanding service, love, and respect for humanity.