BOSTON–- Matthew 25 Executive Director and founder Fr. Fred Enman was one of four people honored at the Ignatian Volunteer Corps’ Madonna Della Strada Awards on April 21 at Boston College High School. The dinner honored four founders of highly acclaimed nonprofits that embody the Jesuit tradition of direct service to the poor and of […]

In the sixth chapter of our series, Matthew 25 finds tenants for its first house.

In the second part of chapter 5, the homeless benefit as students learn a craft by working on a house for Matthew 25.

In the first part of chapter five, work begins on the first house with help from Worcester Vocational High School (now Worcester Technical High School).

In this fourth chapter, Father Fred Enman describes how Matthew 25 received the title to its first house.

In the third installment of the series, Father Fred Enman explains how his love of blues music lead him to find Matthew 25’s flagship house.

In the second chapter, Father Fred Enman discusses how Matthew 25 began to take root in Worcester, Massachusetts and the fundraising efforts leading up to the first house.

In the first chapter of this series, Father Fred Enman discusses where his vision of Matthew 25 began, and how this idea started to become a reality.

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that the 2004 Isaac Hecker Award for Social Justice, given out by the Paulist Center-Boston, will be awarded to Rev. Fred Enman, S.J., Law School Pastor and Special Assistant to the Dean for Students. He is given the award for envisioning and creating Matthew 25, a model which draws on the resources of the community to provide an end to homelessness for those struggling with poverty. Read the full article →

Despite last weekend’s storm which left as much as 15 inches of heavy, wet snow in Worcester, Matthew 25, an organization that provides rental housing for families in need, held open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at its newest acquisition and renovation project at 96 Chatham St. According to Jesuit Father Frederick Enman, Worcester native and executive director of Matthew 25, about 25 people attended the ceremony, which began after the snowfall had ended. He estimated that about 50 would have attended if the storm had not occurred. Read the full article →