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Kenton Women's Village Celebrates New Community Space, Increased Health Care Enrollment

Posted By | Meghan Blood
After a year of planning, the new community space at Kenton Women’s Village is finished! See photos of the project and the impact it has already had on villagers.
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Volunteers provide food, security to farmworkers

In partnership with the Farmworker Housing Development Corporation (FHDC), Catholic Charities staff and volunteers took time to care for those who have always cared for us.
Mock-up artwork of Germaine's Cafe next to a picture of St. Germaine Cousin and the Germaine's Cafe logo

What Saint Germaine Can Teach Us About Recognizing God in Each Other's Suffering

By any measure, St. Germaine’s life seemed destined for suffering. As a young girl, she was sickly, and in addition to her deformed right arm, she suffered from scrofula, which left large open sores on her neck and face. When her father remarried after the death of her mother, Germaine’s stepmother banished her to the…
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Introducing the Senior Living Resource Center

Catholic Charities of Oregon has partnered with Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon and local parishes to help seniors age in place.
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Thanks for a Great Year, Volunteers

As FY19 comes to a close, Partnerships & Volunteer Engagement Manager Hannah MacFarlane reports on the commitment of Catholic Charities’ network of volunteers and corporate partners.