“If we really believe in feeding the hungry and serving the least among us, why does Catholic Charities have to serve one million a year and provide 15,000 counseling sessions?” Fr. Reggie Norman asked in his homily at the Mass celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Bridgeport.
Almost 400 friends of Catholic Charities turned out on May 7, 2016 at St. Matthew Church for the Mass celebrated by Bishop Frank J. Caggiano. He was joined on the altar by Msgr. William Scheyd, Msgr. Walter Orlowski, Fr. Robert Kinnally, Father Sunil Pereira, I.M.S. and Msgr. Peter Cullen.
Sir Knights from Assembly 100 in Norwalk (and Council 14360) helped provide an Honor Guard for this very special occasion. To read more about the event, click here.