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Claudia Weber, a case manager for Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville, sorts through baby blankets donated by the St. Ann Craft Guild. Catholic Charities distributes layette items and diapers to families with young children. The diapers are purchased at a discount from the non-profit Nashville Diaper Connection. People interested in donating diapers and layette items should call Catholic Charities at 615-352-3087.

Dobbs ruling won’t end Church’s mission to aid women, families

Bishops ‘pledge to redouble our efforts to support mothers, fathers and children at every stage of life’

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Read more about the article Tennessee bishops praise court’s ruling in abortion case 
Groups from the Diocese of Nashville including the diocesan Office of Faith Formation, Father Ryan High School, St. Cecilia Academy and University Catholic attended the 49th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.

Tennessee bishops praise court’s ruling in abortion case 

Decision reverses precedent set in Roe v. Wade

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The Fernandez brothers, from left, Paul, Carlos and Luis, reunite with the youngest daughter of the Rowan family, Kathy Rowan, during El Festival de Esperanza, which celebrated the 60th anniversary of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville, at Saint Elle, an event space on Third Avenue South in Nashville on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. The Fernandez Brothers were three of several children taken in by Catholic host families in Nashville in the 1960s as part of Operation Pedro Pan, which was a response to unrest in Cuba because of Fidel Castro. Rowan's parents took in all three boys for 18 months before they were reunited with their father in late 1963. They were later reunited with their mother, in Miami, in 1966.

Aid for child refugees launched Catholic Charities

‘It made us better people’

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St. Stephen Catholic Community in Old Hickory and the Hunger Relief Program of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville have partnered to provide free lunches every Thursday to vulnerable families. Volunteers John Beardsley and Bud Corn load meals into a guest vehicles. Several guests pick up meals for all the members of their family.

Catholic Charities embodies Corporal Works of Mercy 

‘It is really the way of Jesus’

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Read more about the article Local ice cream shop serves faith through Rosary Club
Katie's Ice Cream in Dickson hosts a Rosary Club every second Sunday of the month as participants gather to pray the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary followed by fellowship and complimentary ice cream. Dozens gathered for the most recent monthly gathering on Sunday, June 12.

Local ice cream shop serves faith through Rosary Club

‘It’s all to honor our Lady’

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