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Posted: 9:46 a.m. Sunday, March 31, 2013
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
The diocese of Charlotte is asking for your help this Easter Sunday in taking care of refugees. Last year, Catholic Social Services provided homes, job counseling and more to nearly 400 people who fled to the U.S. Since 1975, it has helped more than 11,000 refugees create a new life, but the group relies on donations to keep going. "It is through that generosity that we are able to welcome these refugees and help them re-establish their lives and become contributing members to our society," said Cira Ponce with the CSS. She said many own a home within three years of coming to the CSS, but getting started is often the most difficult challenge.
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