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 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington Partners with the American Immigration Lawyers Association to Host Citizenship Day Application Workshop

September 13, 2019
ARLINGTON, VA – Today, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington partnered with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) in hosting a Citizenship Day Workshop. The workshop is one of 10 AILA is offering in Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. in the lead-up to national Citizenship Day and Constitution Day on Tuesday, September 17. Today’s workshop was at full capacity...

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 Homeless shelter in Alexandria undergoes $83K renovation

ALEXANDRIA, VA. – Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington’s Christ House in Old Town Alexandria has undergone a massive $83,000 renovation and upgrade, thanks to a partnership with HomeAid Northern Virginia (HANV), a non-profit that builds and renovates local housing and shelter facilities...

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Car Ministry gives donated car to a family in need

March 15, 2019

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington will give a donated car to a husband and wife with two small children at 11 a.m. in the garage entryway at 200 North Glebe Road in Arlington...

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Arlington Catholic Herald

Catholic Charities distributes more than 500 backpacks this year

August 23, 2019

Catholic Charities Christ House in Alexandria and Migration and Refugee Services in Arlington, Fredericksburg and Manassas have distributed more than 500 backpacks and school supplies to students who need a little help getting ready for the school year...

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Catholic Charities sends mobile response center on final day of WorkCamp

July 1, 2019

The last day of WorkCamp 2019 saw more than 800 campers rise early to clean and collect their things before a day of goodbyes...

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We picked Catholic Charities because our Catholic faith is really important to us. It's important to me. It's important to my husband, and so I appreciated the fact that they were rooted in that. We really admired that their program was kind of a full-circle support system for both adoptive families and the adoptee, growing up, should they ever need it, and also most importantly, the birth mothers.