Opening week went well. Typically, the week of Labor Day is our ‘reunion’ after being closed for the month of August – volunteers greeting each other, happy to reunite after our time off. This year is much more of a
A few stories to share from recent activity at the Center –
We have the opportunity to visit the Foodbank and ‘shop’ for extra food when our supply is low. We make an appointment and send our shopper over. We don’t
This past year has been challenging for the Center but fortunately we’ve been open since last June with our ‘temporary’ process, offering help by appointment and distributing needed items with our ‘curb service’. The current construction process has added another
On Saturday, May 22nd, 2021, Fr. Chesco Garcia celebrated three First Communion Masses for forty-three children and youth. Congratulations to all who received Communion for the first time and a huge thank you to Fr. Chesco!
Please keep all of them
A little bit of history about one of our loyal donors: The Ladies Benevolent Society of Wilmington , formed in 1845, was a group dedicated to the care of elderly poor women. They initially sponsored a home on 7th St.
After being closed for three months due to Covid, we started a pilot program in June to determine if we could serve those in need, while keeping everyone as safe as possible. We developed a “Curbside Service” program. We’ve put
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
You and all of your loved ones are in my prayers. Your prayers for Fr. Chesco, our ministries, parishioners and me would be much appreciated. Each day at 9am, find a quiet space and let us unite
Brothers and Sisters of The Basilica Shrine of Saint Mary,
Our primary concern at this time is the holiness, health and safety of you, our parishioners. We are praying for all who have been impacted by the current health crisis, especially
It’s that time of year to once again apply for the Catherine Kennedy Foundation grant. CKF is a local charity that helps non-profit organizations involved in providing services to improve the general health and welfare of the elderly. The Foundation
This week I’d like to mention a few areas where I can use some help:
It’s been a couple years since we’ve published a brochure. It was in the works the month the hurricane hit, and we’ve never gotten back to