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Catholic Charities' Movement To Serve honors community service and offers podcasts to help others

Catholic Charities' Movement to Serve
Posted at 9:12 AM, Nov 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-10 09:12:55-05

BALTIMORE — Catholic Charities' virtual Movement To Serve is honoring Marylanders for their service to the community.

The virtual recognition is highlighting people like Mary Anne O'Donnell who constantly gives back to others and has served Catholic Charities for 25 years. Carolyn Guttermuth is also being honoring for volunteer work at My Sister's Place and supporting women in need. One of the youngest nominees is Vinay Khosla, a student at Dulaney High School, who is very active with St. Vincent's Villa and Our Daily Bread.

To celebrate community service, Catholic Charities is also offering a series of podcasts this week. They podcasts will focus on a variety of topics including senior care, homelessness, workforce developments and how to cope with the pandemic.

For more information on the podcasts and Catholic Charities' Movement To Serve, go to