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Please Note: Due to the impacts of Hurricane Jose and after consulting with Ralph Monaco, Chairman of the New London Advisory Board and Golf Pro at Fox Hopyard, we have decided it would be best to re-schedule the Catholic Charities Golf Tournament.

The tournement will take place on Wednesday, October 11th


Connecticut Bishops Issue Statement Regarding DACA
DACA Statement

 
Middletown Office Celebrates 5th Anniversary
 
 

The Middletown Catholic Charities Office recently celebrated its 5th Anniversary located at 151 Broad Street. The office had been located in Portland since 1997 and moved to Middletown in 2012. The Most Reverend Michael R. Cote thanked those gathered for their support, effort and hard work. Bishop Cote acknowledged the commitment, dedication and service of the staff, seeing a 110% growth over the last eleven months within the Middletown Behavioral Health & Clinical Services business. Bishop Cote was joined by Msgr. Janik, Vicar General, Msgr. Brown, Chancellor, Father James Thaikoottathil, Pastor of St. John Church and St. Sebastian Church, members of the Board of Directors, Middletown Advisory Board members, Agency Staff and friends from the community. Deputy Mayor Robert Santangelo presented Ed Tessman, Executive Director of Catholic Charities, with a Proclamation from Middletown Mayor Daniel T. Drew declaring Friday, June 16, 2017; Catholic Charities, Diocese of Norwich Behavioral Health Clinic Day in the City of Middletown.


 
 
On Thursday, June 15, 2017 the Executive Management team from Eastern Savings Bank, presented Edward J. Tessman, Executive Director, Catholic Charities with a $1,000 grant check  in support of the agency’s Emergency Basic Needs & Case Management Program.  This money will be used to help those most in need throughout Eastern Connecticut. 
 
Pictured are (left to right):  Karen Chartier,  Executive Assistant Eastern Savings; Christine Jackel, Development Coordinator Catholic Charities;  Lisa Griffin, President & CEO Eastern Savings; and Ed Tessman, Executive Director Catholic Charities.  Back row:  John Mancini, EVP, Chief Credit Officer Eastern Savings.
 
 
 
Savings Institute Bank & Trust Caring & Giving Campaign, Helps Support Catholic Charities Programs

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Norwich is extremely grateful for the generosity of the employees of the Savings Institute Bank & Trust.  On Thursday, May 26. 2017 through their annual  “Caring & Giving” Campaign, Barry Shead, Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager of the Savings Institute Bank & Trust, in Norwich presented Edward J. Tessman, Executive Director, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Norwich with a generous check to help those in need in the communities where the Savings Institute Bank & Trust branches are located.

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Norwich, is thankful for their partnership, community awareness and contribution.  Ed Tessman stated, “we are very pleased to have such a generous community partner that enables us to “Provide Help and Create Hope” to those most in need throughout Eastern Connecticut.”

 

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