Catholic Charities in the News

San Antonio Food Pantry Puts Dignity First

“St. Stephen’s CARE Center opened in the West Side of San Antonio on Sept. 9, and unlike typical food pantries — the CARE Center looks and operates like a traditional grocery store. The center’s clients can peruse the aisles and choose the type of products they will receive, which hopefully will create a feeling of autonomy and dignity, Catholic Charities of San Antonio‘s Christina Higgs told Texas Public Radio.”
Read More

Rows of food at St. Stephens

Grocery Store On San Antonio’s West Side Supplies Food And Opportunity For Needy Families

From Texas Public Radio: There’s a new grocery store on the West Side of San Antonio, but after its customers have walked the aisles and selected their groceries, they don’t have to pay.
Read More

Interfaith Partnership In San Antonio Brings Mobile Showers To The Homeless, Migrants

Asylum-seeking migrants often make it to San Antonio without having the opportunity to bathe for weeks beforehand. Similarly, there are residents of San Antonio who don’t have access to clean water.
Read More

Mother and child at Guadalupe Home

Rivard Report Visits Guadalupe Home

Guadalupe Home is a shelter that gives women ages 18-40 who are pregnant or parenting a place to live. Elaina Stokes is one of many women who were homeless until they moved to the Guadalupe Home.
Watch The Video Here