Catholic Community Services of Western Washington

We believe that one person in need is one too many.

2017 St. Martins Programs Come In From The Cold Dinner

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It's getting down to the wire for St. Martin de Porres Shelter and Lazarus Day Center’s winter fundraising event on January 21!

If you can be in the Seattle area then, we would love to see you there. Click below to learn more or register to attend.

ccsww.ejoinme.org 2017 St. Martins Programs Come In From The Cold Dinner

2017 St. Martins Programs Come In From The Cold Dinner

ccsww.ejoinme.org

Don't forget about St. Martin de Porres Shelter and Lazarus Day Center’s winter fundraising event! If you can be in the Seattle area on Saturday, January 21, we would love to see you there. Click below to learn more or register to attend.

ccsww.ejoinme.org 2017 St. Martins Programs Come In From The Cold Dinner

Because of you, last year CCS/CHS:

• Prepared and served over 1.3 million meals
• Provided over 2,300 families and individuals with affordable,
permanent housing
• Offered over 175 programs in all 19 counties in Western
Washington
• Delivered 1.96 million hours of in-home care services

Thank you!

If you haven’t yet made your year-end, tax deductible donation to our annual CCS Appeal for the Poor, please consider making your gift today at www.ccsww.org before 2016 comes to a close!

Every day, lives are changed because CCS/CHS supporters generously give of their time, energy, and finances. Because of you, this year Ashley and Anthony will celebrate their baby’s first Christmas in their own home. You can read more about their story at ccsww.org.

To ensure more families find hope and healing, make a contribution to the annual CCS Appeal for the Poor by donating online today (you can use the link above)!

The US Conference of Catholic Bishops celebrates the Feast Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe as a Day Of Prayer and Solidarity with Families of Immigrants!

The USCCB asks us to take today as a time to place before a merciful God the hopes, fears, and needs of all those families who have come to the U.S. seeking a better life.

"As Christmas approaches and especially on this feast of Our Lady, we are reminded of how our savior Jesus Christ was not born in the comfort of his own home, but rather in an unfamiliar manger," said Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, archbishop of Galveston-Houston and president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). "To all those families separated and far from home in uncertain times, we join with you in a prayer for comfort and joy this Advent season," Cardinal DiNardo added.

Learn more at : http://www.usccb.org/news/2016/16-168.cfm

Today, we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe after whom our housing program, Guadalupe Vista, is named.To learn more about Guadalupe Vista, visit ccsww.org/housing_guadalupevista

From an excerpt of Pope Francis’ homily at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe: “‘Am I not your mother? Am I not here? Do not let trials and pains overwhelm you,’ she tells us. Today, she sends us out anew; today, she comes to tell us again: ‘Be my ambassador, the one I send to build many new shrines, accompany many lives, wipe away many tears. Simply be my ambassador by walking along the paths of your neighborhood, of your community, of your parish.’ We can build shrines by sharing the joy of knowing that we are not alone, that Mary accompanies us. ‘Be my ambassador, she says to us, giving food to the hungry, drink to those who thirst, a refuge to those in need, clothe the naked and visit the sick. Come to the aid of your neighbor, forgive whoever has offended you, console the grieving, be patient with others, and above all beseech and pray to God.’”

Today, we celebrate the Feast Day of St. Juan Diego, to whom Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared on December 9, 1531, on Tepeyac Hill in Mexico City. Juan Diego, the patron saint of indigenous people, worked to build a chapel in honor of Our Lady, though he encountered many difficulties along the way. In return, Our Lady of Guadalupe granted him healing for his uncle, and left him with an image of herself miraculously imprinted on his cloak.

Our Housing Initiatives in Woodland, La Casa de San Juan Diego I & II, are named after St. Juan Diego. To learn more about our Farmworker Housing Initiative, visit ccsww.org/housing_farmworkerhousinginitiative

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100 23rd Ave S
Seattle, WA
98144
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