Families United – Help Stop Family Separation at the U.S. Border

“I would like to point out that the issue of migration is not simply one of numbers, but of persons, each with his or her own history, culture, feelings and aspirations.” — Pope Francis Donate to Help Unite Families Now Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is committed to helping families by serving the […]

7 Things to Remember to Practice Self-Care During COVID-19

Need to talk? Call our Crisis and Mental Health Support Intake Line: 713.874.6590 By Clinical Supervisor, Jaime Rivera, LCSW Supervisor, Counseling and Behavioral Health Uncertainty. Anxiety. Fear. Isolation. Doubt. Many of us have had these same thoughts over the past few weeks since the COVID-19 pandemic. Especially during these uncertain times, we don’t always give […]

Catholic Charities continues to serve, with COVID-19 precautions

3.17.2020 HOUSTON – Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston continues to provide services to people in need during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. To protect clients and staff from potential infection from Coronavirus, Catholic Charities is currently serving clients by appointment through phone and email interaction, rather than face-to-face meetings. Classes and other […]

Mamie George Community Center to Close as COVID-19 Precaution

3/13/2020 RICHMOND – In line with the public health disaster declaration issued by Fort Bend County in response to the expected spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Mamie George Community Center (MGCC) in Richmond will close temporarily beginning Tuesday, March 17. Current plans are to re-open on April 1. The center functions as the hub for […]

Important Information and Updates on COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Get Help Now: Call our COVID Assistance Line at 713.874.6521 As people of faith helping people in need, our commitment to serving our community is deepened by the uncertainty and difficulties brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.  If you need assistance with food, rent or other essentials during this crisis, please call our COVID Assistance […]

Be Counted. We all need to participate in the U.S. Census!

Learn why it counts to be counted. “Faithful Citizenship: Be Counted” Hosted by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Your parish or community group can help spread the word in your neighborhoods about the need to participate in the Census. View our Facebook Live presentation to learn more about Faithful Citizenship and the Census, […]

You Helped Veronica Through Grief and Hardship

Veronica and her little family were living a happy life. Her husband ran a successful business, and her young son was doing well in school. Then her husband was tragically murdered. Although they were devastated, they did the best they could to move on. Veronica used her husband’s life insurance for a loan to his […]

Mary’s Family Was in Crisis. But Thanks to You, Not Anymore.

Mary first came to Catholic Charities’ Beacon of Hope Center to receive assistance from the food pantry. Over the next few months Mary became a regular at the pantry, coming in like clockwork every two weeks. After the third month of coming to the food pantry, staff encouraged Mary to set-up an appointment to meet […]