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Catholic Charities celebrates 100 years - Catholic Focus

May 1, 2013
For a century, the Archdiocese of Toronto’s Catholic Charities, and its army of volunteers, has ministered to generations of people in need. Theirs is a labour of love. In tonight's episode of Catholic Focus join host Cheridan Sanders as she speaks with Michael Fullan, Executive Director and Jack Panozzo, Program Manager of Social Justice and Advocacy, to learn how, like a tiny mustard seed, Catholic Charities has grown into super-support network whose have branches spread wide; providing shelter, service and most importantly, hope to hundreds of thousands of people every year.
That's tonight at 7:00 pm ET after Perspectives Daily.
Find out more about Catholic Charities of Toronto here

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