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Kim Turnage
· May 12, 2017
Well the rating below proves that there are some real nutbags in Baton Rouge, Catholic Charities supports terrorism,really moron, Trump supporter I presume?LMAO.I loved Catholic Charities even though ...I'm Baptist.Until this audit thing everybody has to do came up with a one day notice.Yall helped me after the flood when Red Cross failed miserably.My case worker goes above and beyond the call of duty.But because of some audit y'all want me to produce some papers that got ruined in the flood.Yall didn't give me enough notice to go to the original source and collect them which made my nerves bad and my pressure skyrocket. In which I had to go to the hospital as I am disabled.So thanks for that.Not!! See More
David Ramsey
· April 22, 2014
Catholic Charities (Catholic Community Services back then) of Baton Rouge was the in-state organization which partnered with Colorado Christian Services, an agency in Denver affiliated with the of Christ, when my wife and I adopted our two children born in Colorado. Thus both the Church of Christ agency in the birth state and the Roman Catholic agency in the adoptive state were "CCS"! The Church of Christ agency out of state recommended that we use the Catholic agency in Baton Rouge to accomplish the Louisiana requirements per the legal Interstate Compact. The two agencies worked together smoothly, and both our children have now made us grandparents. May Jesus Christ be praised! See More
Chad Adams
· August 19, 2016
Thanks for all you do year round and especially what you are doing now for the flood victims. I am pleased to pair our non-profits resources with such a great outlet like yours.
Brent Leigh
· November 15, 2015
Catholic charities is a supporter and importer of terrorism into our state and our country. Stop your support and call your church and bishop and demand your money doesn't go them. Shame on Catholic ...Charities for working to get us all killed. See More
Jay Leitz
· June 26, 2016
Thank you for all the great things y'all do for Catholics and everyone in our community.
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