EL Civics Classes and Jacinto

If you had to move to a new country to live, what would be at the top of your priority list? How about, being able to communicate? As an American, it might not be something you would initially [...]

Immigrant Juvenile Program

Do you remember what it was like being 10 or 12 years old? You probably remember being in school, playing with you friends, and generally not having to worry about being taken care of. Most [...]

The Innkeeper’s Story

When Jesus taught that the greatest commandment was to love God with all your heart, being, strength, and mind, and your neighbor as yourself, he was asked, “And who is my neighbor?” In response, [...]

“I am a STUDENT”

“I am a student.” He repeated, “I am a student!” During the past five years, over 1,000 adults who have enrolled in our English Language classes could make this statement. But never was it said [...]

One Mom at a Time

The Impact of Catholic Charities Atlanta’s In Home Parenting Education Program Catholic Charities Atlanta provides in home parenting education to moms who lack support and are a part of a high [...]

A Lesson in Servant Leadership

By Ben and Melanie Colley This is an excerpt from a presentation given at the graduation of the Catholic Charities Atlanta 2011 Leadership Class by class members Ben and Melanie Colley. Good [...]