Our hearts go out to those affected by Hurricane Harvey

Posted by Spalding Hurst

August 28, 2017

Our hearts go out to those affected by Hurricane Harvey, the storms, and flooding in Texas. We pray for all those who have lost their homes or suffered damage. We also pray for the safety of those responding with rescue and relief efforts. May the coming days witness to God’s unfailing promise to be with us as people work to restore their lives.

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Disaster Relief Team plans to travel to Texas in late Fall to help with the rebuilding efforts. Donations may be given below to support this SCN Disaster Relief effort.

Or, donate to local Catholic Charities organizations: Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and Catholic Charities of Corpus Christi.

Donate to the SCN Disaster Relief Team

PHOTO CREDIT: Houston Police SWAT officer Daryl Hudeck carries Catherine Pham and her 13-month-old son Aiden after rescuing them from their home surrounded by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston on Sunday. The remnants of Hurricane Harvey sent devastating floods pouring into Houston Sunday as rising water chased thousands of people to rooftops or higher ground. (David J. Phillip / AP)


  1. Eleanor Silva

    Blessings to all victims and to all you who volenteer

  2. Sister Anne Magruder

    A great response! My prayer and support for Disaster Relief Ministry!

  3. Barbara Woodzell

    Praying for Sister Luke to have strength, and compassion to go around the state of Texas + + +

  4. Joseph DeGenova

    Prayers for all those affected by hurricane Harvey. Prayers also for Sister Luke Boiarski and her team of volunteers that will be heading to Texas to help families rebuild their lives.

  5. Phyllis E Townsend

    Prayers to all those affected and those that are going to help


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