"Today I am still healing, I still cry, but I can honestly say I love life ... Abortion not only took my baby's life, but it almost took mine. I am thankful for the Church and Her ministry, for teaching me to love myself, and to live for God." ~ Molly

Testimonies of Hope and Healing

FREMONT, OH—Suffering from a past abortion? You're not alone. Abortion can affect extended families—prospective parents and grandparents, siblings, family members and friends. This “Hope and Healing Weekend” retreat, hosted by Project Rachel, is for women who have already begun the journey of healing from abortion and seek a... Read more

TOLEDO, OH—October is designated as “Respect Life Month.” Join us as we pray and seek God’s grace that we will save more lives than ever during our ecumenical 40 Days for Life campaign! The campaign runs in Northwest Ohio through Sunday, November 4.  Read more

PERRYSBURG, OH—One of the greatest losses a parent can face is the death of a child. Have you or someone you love experienced a loss due to a stillbirth, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, early infant death or abortion? Join Msgr. Marvin Borger for a Read more

MAUMEE, OH—Join us for fun and fellowship for the whole family from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 4, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Family Center, 104 W. Broadway, Maumee, OH!  See what this new Catholic Charities... Read more

Men suffer from abortion too! If you are carrying the pain and sorrow of losing a child to abortion(s), you are not alone. Find support from other men who are suffering during our “Entering Canaan Men’s Day of Prayer and Healing,” on Saturday, February 18. This day retreat is hosted by Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo’s Project... Read more

Have you or someone you love experienced a loss due to a stillbirth, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage,... Read more

"Twenty-two years ago, at the age of 16, I had an abortion.  For many years following my abortion I suffered greatly.  I struggled with drug and alcohol abuse, troubled relationships, among many other things.  The greatest struggle was being able to accept God’s forgiveness and forgiving myself for what I had done.  Read more

Our Mission

Catholic Charities makes real the love God has for each individual regardless of faith or background, by serving the poor, speaking for and assisting the neglected and forgotten, respecting and promoting life from beginning to end, and nurturing and supporting individuals and families.

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