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Hospitaller Region - Central North Carolina

Hospitaller Region - Central North Carolina

Recent Articles

Feeding The Hungry - Second Harvest Food Bank

10/1/2017

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina is committed to reduce hunger and malnutrition in our area. Central North Carolina region members gather to build food pallets for distribution to their 400 service partners throughout 18 North Carolina counties.

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Serving The Poor - Dolan Manor Christmas Dinner

10/1/2017

In December we celebrated Christmas with 50 residents of Dolan Manor. The evening consisted of delicious Christmas dinner, entertainment and a special visit from Santa. This celebration and our Easter dinner are annual events that provide a special evening for Dolan Manor residents.

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Special Projects

Throughout the year we live our mission through our service within our broad community and fulfill this through:

  • Serving Easter and Christmas dinners to the residents of Dolan Manor, a Greensboro HUD housing development community
  • Building food pallets to serve the hungry in Northwest North Carolina through partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Providing dinner to the residents of Pathways, a safe, temporary environment for homeless families while they are searching for permanent housing
  • Providing support and responding to the special projects of The Piedmont office of Catholic Charities

Our goal is to further our presence and impact through unique signature projects.

Bob Scheppegrell
Regional Hospitaller

Upcoming Events

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About

The Central North Carolina region of the Order of Malta, established in 2013, currently consists of 16 dedicated men and women guided by our chaplain Monsignor Anthony Marcaccio. Our mission is to the Defense of the Faith and Assistance to the Poor and the Suffering in the Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Durham, and Raleigh communities of North Carolina.

Monthly Mass

Celebrated the first Saturday of each month at 8:00 am in the chapel of St. Pius the Tenth followed by breakfast.