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Catholic Charities - Diocese of Cleveland
As one of the largest comprehensive health and human services organizations in the region, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland carries out Christ’s healing mission here in Northeast Ohio. Along with our sister ministries of St. Augustine and Rose-Mary, Catholic Charities delivers more than 150 services at 60 locations to over 400,000 individuals each year – providing help and creating hope for people of every race and religion throughout the eight counties in the Diocese of Cleveland (Ashland, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Summit, and Wayne).
Our history, vision and leadership guide us on our mission of providing help and creating hope for those in need in our communities.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland, envisions a world touched by God’s love: where we alleviate poverty and need, and all people share justly in the blessings of creation.
Under the leadership of the Bishop of Cleveland and inspired by the Gospel, Catholic Charities continues the mission of Jesus by responding to those in need through an integrated system of quality services designed to respect the dignity of every person and build a just and compassionate society.
Additional Culture Details
We acknowledge the inherent dignity of every person. We believe in being compassionate and welcoming to all individuals who come through our doors. This belief informs the imperative to work to end the sin of racism, continue to invest in racial justice and intentionally create a culture of inclusion and belonging. All God's Children Prayer and Action Advisory Team developed the organizational strategic plan addressing diversity and inclusion efforts in recruiting, hiring, selection, and development and training for employees and board members.
- Dignity of Person
- In the Genesis story of creation we are told that the human person is created in the very image and likeness of God. (Genesis 1:27) The Scriptures further reflects that as God created all the aspects of the universe, along with man and woman, God looked upon creation and noted that it was “good.” In fact, God ultimately proclaims that all God had created was indeed “very good.” (Genesis 1:31)