Catholic Charities to host financial workshops

Funding for the workshops is provided by United Fund, Key Bank Foundation and GeoTrack Foundation.
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Jan 24, 2014

 

Catholic Charities will offer a free educational service to help with budgeting, paying off debt and saving for the future. Financial Life Skills workshops will be offered 2:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, and Thursday, Feb. 20, at the Catholic Charities’ offices at 34 Woodlawn Ave., Norwalk.

To register for either workshop or for more information, call Catholic Charities Case Manager Marla Sommers at 419-668-3073, ext. 103.

Funding for the workshops is provided by United Fund, Key Bank Foundation and GeoTrack Foundation.

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wally44824

How many donations for the "Pedophile Priest Pfund" will they be requesting?

grandmasgirl

Not funny. Do you guys ever give it up? There have been scandals through out history. What happened in the priest scandal was horrible. However, Catholic Charities give more help to more people than any other organization.

wally44824

Not intended to be funny. And I highly doubt your last sentence is a fact.

goofus

Don't believe it, then research it oh illiterate one

Train

Over a 30 year period .3% of priest's were found to be pedophiles. Granted, that is still intolerable. In the last 2 years over 500 priest's were defrocked and turned over to law enforcement. You dishonor the priest's who do try and serve God and His people. And the Catholic church is the world's leader in serving the needs of the poor. Look it up Wally and try to keep up with the rest of us will ya'?