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I Choose You

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   Do you remember a time as a child when they...

A Place at the Table

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   The other day we held our annual planning retreat for...

What’s the Path to the Pearly Gates?

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   A group of generous supporters of Catholic Charities called the...

The Magic Paintbrush

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation The other day I happened to take some friends of...

Feeding the Hungry Hearts

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation “Everybody has a hungry heart.” Bruce Springsteen’s song captures the...

Joy and Hope

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   How many ways can we say, “Thank you” this Thanksgiving...

Seeing God on the Street

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation Do you remember the children’s bedtime prayer that begins, “Now...

Standing Together

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation When we witness a tragedy, we often ask ourselves, “What...

Celebrating New Life

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation On a warm August night a few weeks ago, I...

We are the World

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation Eons ago, when I was in high school, I had...