Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

Our catalog is continually growing. It is provided here to help inform and inspire you to become engaged in philanthropy. Our hope is that you will get involved. The rewards will be great.
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6:8 INC

Contact: John Ramthun Address 485 Prairie Street Prairie Du Sac WI 53578 United States Phone: 608-658-4700 Link:

Transforming communities by making service personal.



Academy of Mount St. Ursula (Bronx, NY)

Contact: Anna E. Ramos Address 330 Bedford Park Boulevard Bronx NY 10458 United States Phone: 718-733-6242 Link:

The Academy of Mount St. Ursula, a Catholic college preparatory secondary school conducted in the Ursuline tradition, serves young women of diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. The school strives to create a community based on faith in Jesus Christ and respect for every human person. As the oldest Catholic girls high school in New York State and a U. S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School, Mount St. Ursula is recognized for its long history of academic excellence. In the spirit of the gospel and in a family atmosphere, the school promotes a love of learning, seeking to develop critical thinkers well-rounded in the humanities, sciences, and technology. Committed to fostering the holistic development of each student, Mount St. Ursula strives to empower young women for leadership and service in Church and society.


Academy of the Holy Family

Contact: Sister Mary Loreto, SCMC Address 54 West Main St. Baltic CT 06330 United States Link:

The Academy of the Holy Family is a Catholic day and boarding high school for American and international young women. Through a challenging curriculum built on a supportive spiritual foundation, we empower our students to achieve their full God-given potential to impact their world.


Contact: Olivia Frank Address PO Box 11068 Baltimore MD 21212 United States Phone: 410-366-2287 Phone: 443-648-3329 Link:

We utilitze comprehensive mentoring programs, nuturing spiritual, personal, and social growth for vulnerable youth in Baltimore City schools to inspire a secure identity, edifying relationships, and an enduring sense of hope.  We envision youths’ relationships restored with God, self and others through Christ to enable them to be a blessing to their communities.

AIM Women’s Center

Contact: Sharon Maedke Address 248 N 5th Street P.O.Box 4365 Steubenville Ohio 43952 United States Phone: 740-283-3636 Link:

Our mission is to seek out abortion-vulnerable individuals in the Tri-State area, in order to provide education, opportunities for healing, and support in a Christ centered way. We strive to empower individuals to make healthy life choices regarding their sexuality, consistant with the Sancity of Human Life.


All Saints Catholic School

Contact: Dr Mary Elizabeth Muir Address 907 New Rd Wilmington Delaware 19805 United States Link:

All Saints Catholic School, a regional faith-based community, focuses on academic excellence while ensuring the dignity of each individual. While modeling Gospel values, the school incorporates a STEM approach to teaching and learning in order to prepare its population for the challenges of a global society.


American Catholic Lawyers Association (Ramsey, NJ)

Contact: Christopher A. Ferrara Address 50 S. Franklin Turnpike, Suite 1 Ramsey New Jersey 7446 United States Phone: 973-244-9895

The American Catholic Lawyers Association, Inc. (ACLA) is a nonprofit nationwide network of Catholic attorneys and lay supporters dedicated to the defense of the Faith and the rights of Catholics in America. Conceived and formed in 1990 as a Catholic answer to the American Civil Liberties Union and other left-liberal activist groups, the ACLA engages in a wide range of activities aimed at countering the forces of secularism in our society. These activities include: Federal and State court litigation on behalf of Catholic plaintiffs and defendants whose civil rights are being violated on account of their Catholic Faith in the spheres of pro-life activity, employment and the right to worship God in both private and public manifestations of the Faith; defense of the Faith in public discourse and debate; Catholic apologetics: explaining the truths of the Catholic Faith and refuting attacks against in formal debate and apologetical literature.

American Federation of Pueri Cantores

Contact: Jan Schmidt Address 1188 North Tustin Avenue Orange CA 92867 United States Phone: 714-633-7554 Link:

Mission: Pueri Cantores is an international Catholic choral organization, sanctioned by The Vatican, that provides opportunities for school aged youth choirs from all backgrounds to participate in liturgical music. Children gain an appreciation of Plainchant, Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic, and Modern liturgical music set within the rich tradition of the Catholic Church. Pueri Cantores aims to enhance the lives of young singers through this musical experience conducted within a nurturing environment. Participation in Pueri Cantores can be a formational and transformational experience through the Liturgy for both choristers and conductors. Young people of all faiths and beliefs are welcome.


American Life League

Contact: Christopher Reilly Address P.O.Box 1350 Stafford Virginia 22554 United States Phone: 540-659-4171 Link:

American Life League exists to serve God by helping to build a society that respects and protects individual innocent human beings from creation to death-without compromise, without exception, without apology. The distinguishing mark of American Life League, by which we will be recognized, is our absolute commitment to the sacredness of every innocent human being’s life.

Americans United for Life (AUL)

Contact: Catherine Glenn Foster, M.A., J.D., President & CEO Address 2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 525 Arlington Virginia 22201 United States Phone: 202-289-1478 Link:

The mission of Americans United for Life CAUL) is to secure a comprehensive legal foundation for the protection of human life from conception to natural death. We are accumulating victories, building momentum, and advancing a culture of life in America. AUL has been involved in more than 100 federal and state cases across the country and internationally, including every significant abortion-related case before the Supreme Court. As such, AUL has filed more amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) briefs than any other pro-life organization.

Annapolis Symphony Orchestra ( Annapolis, MD)

Contact: R. Lee Streby, Executive Director Address 801 Chase Street Annapolis Maryland 21401 United States Phone: 410-269-1132 Link:

The mission of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is to produce and present memorable symphonic music that increases the awareness, enjoyment, and appreciation of music throughout the Chesapeake Bay area.

Apostolate for Family Consecration, Inc. (Bloomingdale, OH)

Contact: Dennis Brower, Director of Development Address 3375 County Road 36 Bloomingdale Ohio 43910 United States Phone: 740-765-5500 Link:

The Apostolate for Family Consecration helps families evangelize families. Locked into the vision and Eucharistic Marian spirituality of Pope John Paul II, Family Apostolate members use multimedia resources to build up God-centered neighborhood and parish communities. These communities form a Catholic culture which transforms families into extensions of the Holy Family through prayer, formation, and works of mercy and evangelization. They offer a practical style of living that constantly fulfills the responsibility of each present moment —

Archbishop Neale School

Contact: Mrs. Margaret Howard, principal Address 104 Port Tobacco Road La Plata MD 20646 United States Phone: 301-934-9595 Link:

Archbishop Neale, a Catholic school is a Christian community and an academic institution comprised of students, parents, priests, and staff drawn from a consolidation of parishes and the surrounding community. Within this Faith Community we transmit the Gospel message to enhance the building of relationships and to render service. As an academic institution, we strive to create a climate in which knowledge is pursued in an organized and integrated manner. Archbishop Neale School is committed to the recognition of the multi-dimensional needs of each child and provides a well-rounded program wherein spiritual, intellectual, emotional, cultural, social and physical growth may occur.


Archbishop Riordan High School

Contact: Kevin Asbra Address 175 Phelan Ave San Francisco California 94112 United States Phone: 415-586-8200 Link:

Archbishop Riordan High School, an Archdiocesan Catholic High School in the Marianist tradition, prepares young men of the Bay Area for leadership through its inclusive college preparatory curriculum, its emphasis on formation in faith, and its dedication to community service and justice. In a diverse family environment, Archbishop Riordan fosters development in faith, character, academics, athletics and the arts.

Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA

Contact: Ms. Mary Lavin, Executive Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving Address PO Box 4469 Washington District of Columbia 20017 United States Phone: 202-719-3600 Phone: 440-223-6482 Link:

The AMS was established as a separate U.S. archdiocese by Saint John Paul in 1985, with the responsibility to provide for the pastoral care of Catholics serving in the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, enrolled in the five U.S. Military Academies, undergoing treatment at any of the 153 Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (U.S., Puerto Rico, and Guam), employed by the federal government in positions beyond U.S. borders, and for the families of these populations.  The AMS is the only U.S. diocese responsible for endorsing and granting faculties to priests and deacons to serve this particular group of approximately 1.8 million men, women, and children, Catholic faithful who originate from all U.S. dioceses.

Archdiocese of Boston Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs (Brighton, MA)

Contact: Rev. David C. Michael Address 2121 Commonwealth Ave. Brighton Massachusetts 2135 United States Phone: (617) 746-5799 Link:

In the affirmation of its relationship with other Christians, the Church in the Archdiocese of Boston commits itself to pray and to work for that unity for which Jesus prayed. In the service of this commitment to Christian unity — known as ecumenism — the Church relates to other Christians, both Orthodox and Protestant. The Church in this Archdiocese also holds in esteem the people of other faiths. It pledges its efforts toward better understanding of others’ beliefs and collaboration in our common concerns for the dignity and welfare of every person. In these efforts — known as interreligious or interfaith relations — the Church wishes to attend to those special bonds already linking it with the Jewish community, to that part of its heritage shared with the Muslims, and to the similar spiritual goals and values of other religions. The office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs is devoted to promoting understanding and cooperation among peoples of all faiths.

Association of Volunteers in International Service, USA Inc

Contact: Timothy Herrmann Address 529 14th St NW, Suite 994 Washington District of Columbia 20045 United States Phone: 202-429-9009 Link:

Other International Humanitarian Aid & Development Services:

AVSI-USA promotes the dignity of the human person through long term development programs, paying particular attention to education, while drawing from the social teachings of the Catholic Church. Located in 38 countries across Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia AVSI programs are carried out in close partnership with local organizations that belong to the AVSI worldwide network.

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