The CCA Giving Society, consisting of supporters of the appeal — the largest annual fundraiser of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia — gathered for a Mass of thanksgiving with Archbishop Nelson Perez Monday evening, March 21 at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul. With a goal of $12.5 million this year, the appeal benefits 180 Catholic agencies across a range of services to all people in the Philadelphia region each year — and almost 1 million last year. You can make a donation and help in the campaign of “Giving Hope to All” by visiting the website CatholicCharitiesAppeal.org. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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