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Press Release | Wednesday, July 03, 2024

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami Announces Relief Fund to Support Victims of Hurricane Beryl

Archdiocese of Miami

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Miami, FL (July 3, 2024) – Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami Inc. announced a relief fund to support victims of Hurricane Beryl. Catholic Charities is currently accepting monetary donations through its secure website. To donate visit One hundred percent of all funds received will be directed to providing humanitarian relief and assistance to those affected by the hurricane. 

“I pray for the safety and well-being of everyone in the path of Hurricane Beryl,” said Archbishop Thomas Wenski. “May God protect the families and communities impacted by this storm.” 

Hurricane Beryl struck the Caribbean as a Category 5 storm, causing extensive damage and flooding on its path across the Caribbean islands. This includes the catastrophic destruction of homes and livelihoods in Grenada.  


About the Archdiocese of Miami: The Archdiocese of Miami serves 1.3 million Catholics in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe Counties, consisting of 109 parishes and missions, including the National Shrine of Our Lady of Charity, and is served by over 170 priests, 120 deacons, and 247 brothers and sisters. The archdiocese is also home to 64 schools, including 14 secondary schools (four of which are operated by religious orders), and the only AdvancEd/SACS accredited virtual Catholic school in the U.S. The archdiocese also oversees the Adrian Dominican-run Barry University and sponsors St. Thomas University. Mass is celebrated daily and available in a dozen languages. The archdiocese is led by Archbishop Thomas Wenski.

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