Catholic Charities of Oneida/Madison Counties Executive Director Denise Cavanaugh speaks May 25 at the future home of Grady’s Way, A Home for A Brighter Tomorrow, at 1404 Genesee St., Utica. Also pictured are, left to right, Catholic Charities Board President Jason Gugnacki; Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr.; and Grady Faulkner, a parent liaison for the Utica School District.

Emergency shelter for homeless boys slated in Utica

By Tom Maguire Associate editor   Grady’s Way will soon be more than just one man’s philosophy of benevolence in Utica. Grady Faulkner helps troubled students. And in about 18 months, the Grady’s Way emergency shelter for homeless boys ages 12 to 18 is scheduled to open in a three-story…

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CBA students help support village in Kenya by selling bow ties

Submitted by Christian Brothers Academy    DEWITT — Christian Brothers Academy students in Peer Ministry have teamed up with junior Toby ...
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Seton Catholic Central to host Relay For Life 

   BINGHAMTON — Students of Seton Catholic Central will host a Relay For Life beginning Friday, May 13, at 6 ...
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Local catechetical leader to receive national award

By Katherine Long, Editor Deanne Hall, director of faith formation at St. Mary’s in Oswego and associate in the Northern Region Office ...
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Pasinski, Hall, Frank to be honored at Dorothy Day dinner

St. Lucy’s Parish will honor Dave Pasinski and Geri Hall as the 2016 Dorothy Day Award recipients. The late Samera Frank will ...
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