Feb 24, 2022
Catholic Social Services Featured
Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia HISTORY Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia maintains a long and local history, dating back to 1797. In this long history, service programs have been available to any individual and family in need of assistance. Catholic laity from the St. Vincent de Paul Society and Catholic Women’s League created the St. John’s Orphan Asylum for Boys and the St. Joseph’s Asylum for Girls during the Yellow Fever epidemic. Both asylums housed ill children, nursing them back to health while mitigating spread of Yellow Fever. In Catholic Social Service’s history providing Catholic community services and acting as family service centers, many divisions and offices were created along the way. At Catholic Social Services, lives changed, families grew stronger and healthier, and communities developed stronger for over 200 years. Catholic Social Services is one of the largest PSLF qualified...
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA, USA PSLF-Qualified, Full-time