Inspired by the Gospel mandates to love, serve and teach, Catholic Charities provides care and services to improve the lives of Marylanders in need.
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The strategic plan is our roadmap for realizing our mission, making thoughtful decisions, and taking action in an ever-changing environment.
Stories
The pathway to self-sufficiency starts here. Help us end poverty, one person at a time.
Last year, Catholic Charities programs provided employment training and placements for 1,094 people.
Last year, Catholic Charities programs helped 1,228 people secure housing.
Last year, Catholic Charities programs served 522,126 meals to hungry people.
Last year, Catholic Charities programs provided intake, case management, and emergency services to 11,948 people.


Christmas Festival
Celebrate the music of Christmas and give to those less fortunate in the beautiful Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Cathedral Street. Free parking and post-concert reception is included! December 11, 2014 at 7:30pm, featuring the Concert Artists of Baltimore. ... Read more
2015-2017 Strategic Plan
In his introduction to our 2015 – 2017 Strategic Plan, His Excellency William E. Lori, Archbishop of Baltimore, states, “Every day at Catholic Charities the hungry are fed, the stranger or newcomer is welcomed, those in need or who are sick are cared for, and those who are marginalized or alone are loved. Hope is restored where hope had been lost and lives are improved. In short, the Gospel of Jesus Christ is lived.” The strategic plan is our roadmap for realizing our mission, making thoughtful decisions, and taking action in an ever-changing environment. We invite you to read the plan. ... Read more
Work with Immigrant Children Continues
In their pastoral statement “Where All Find a Home,” the bishops of the Maryland Catholic Conference reminded us that, “as Catholics, we must move past divisions and remain focused on the dignity of the human person and the welfare of families.” In Exodus 22:21-23, we read, “You shall not wrong a stranger or oppress him, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt. You shall not afflict any widow or orphan. If you afflict him at all, and if he does cry out to Me, I will surely hear his cry.” Learn more about adoptions from Colombia ... Read more