The Fernandez Brothers, Luisa Vilar Hough, and Anna Warner. Read their stories and how it led to the program that started everything for Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville, and begin the journey of discovering its first 60 years.
‘For I was hungry, and you gave me food…” Thus began the teaching of Christ, which led to the establishment of the Corporal Works of Mercy in the Church. Learn how Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville takes that to heart as they do God’s work in the community no matter what the situation.
With the community’s support of A Legacy of Faith, Hope and Love Campaign, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville will be able to continue their work in serving our neighbors. Judy Orr, Catholic Charities executive director, explains how.
Love, hope, healing. No matter what the need, through its services, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville is there to provide a loving hand, provide hope to what otherwise seem hopeless, and healing to those who seek it.
As a non-profit, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville relies on its volunteers to help complete its mission. With the establishment of a central volunteer coordination program in 2021, more than 800 volunteers are taking part in that success.
For 60 years, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Nashville has been serving the people of Middle Tennessee in several capacities, and there is no plan to slow down. From Older Adult Programming to the County Expansion Program, Judy Orr, Catholic Charities executive director, and John Michael Ford, Catholic Charities deputy executive director of programs, discuss its next 60 years in this final anniversary article.