NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - As Nashville grows, so does the need to help the less fortunate.
One of Nashville's largest charities got a boost on Friday morning with a blessing from the new bishop.
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Catholic Charities hosted its annual Pathways to Possibilities breakfast at the Music City Center.
All of the money raised funds 50 different programs in 38 counties, from soup kitchens to adoption programs to immigration refugee services.
"We see the dignity and worth of everyone who comes through our doors," said Catholic Charities executive director Pam Russo. ""We help anyone in need, not because they're Catholic, that doesn't matter, but because we're Catholic.
"There's challenges out there," said Rev. J. Mark Spalding, Bishop of Diocese of Nashville. "We can give into the dark or be cynical, instead we come with light, hope and love for others.
Sterling wants everyone to know you're love and not alone in the world.
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