What Does Government Shutdown Mean for Food Stamp Recipients?

According to a Jan. 11 news release from Missouri Department of Social Services, Missourians who are eligible for Food Stamp benefits (SNAP) received their February benefits early due to the partial federal government shutdown. Department of Social Services Director Steve Corsi notes that recipients will not receive a Food Stamp benefit again in February, adding, […]

A Home…A Backyard…A Forever Family.

Adoption Day in  the Judge’s Chamber! Because someone listened when God called – and one of our agencies was there to help – brothers Carlos and Sterling can now focus on the usual joys of childhood, like an impromptu football game in the backyard. Their mother Bernadette didn’t expect to be helping children with homework […]

New Building Name Honors Longtime Marygrove Leader

Marygrove honored a beloved former leader by renaming a campus facility the Sister Helen Negri Administration Building. On July 17, Marygrove staff, Florissant community leaders, friends and other supporters showed the retired chief executive officer their appreciation at a building rededication ceremony and reception. Sister Helen led Marygrove – a Catholic Charities of St. Louis agency – […]

Catholic Charities of St. Louis Attended 2017 Annual Gathering in Houston & Helped Families Affected by Hurricane Harvey
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Oct 2017

Catholic Charities of St. Louis (CCSTL) attended the 2017 Annual Gathering sponsored by Catholic Charities USA from September 28-30 in Houston, Texas. President Theresa Ruzicka, CPA, Director of Service Integration, Tyrone Ford, MSW, LCSW, Chief Quality Officer Gayle Shank, MBA, Director of Advocacy & Engagement Tamara Kenny, JD, MSW and Assistant Director of Quality Improvement […]