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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If you wish to make an individual contribution to any organization in our catalog of ministries, please contact the organization directly. The catalog below can be searched by name, sorted by category or browsed alphabetically.

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Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, The (Washington, DC)

Contact: Anthony R. Picarello, Jr., President & General Counsel Address 1350 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 605 Washington District of Columbia 20036 United States Phone: 202-955-0095 Link:

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty is a non-profit, public interest, legal and educational institute dedicated to protecting the free expression of all religious traditions, and the equal participation of the religious in public life and public benefits. We implement this mission in the courts of law, in the court of public opinion, and in the academy. Our vision of religious liberty for all is rooted in Dignitatis Humanae, but we aim to share this vision with a general audience, and we draw on the talents of all people of good will who share in that vision.

Benedictine School for Exceptional Children (Ridgely, MD)

Contact: Sister Jeannette Murray, OSB, Director Address 14299 Benedictine Lane Ridgely MD 21660 United States Phone: 410-634-2112 Link:

The mission of the Benedictine School for Exceptional Children is to educate children and young adults to the best of their individual abilities, to provide the social and daily living skills necessary for independent living within the community, and to provide vocational training so that they may become contributing and self-sufficient members of the workforce.


Benedictine Sisters of Mt. Angel (Mt. Angel, OR)

Contact: Sr. Dorothy Jean Beyer, OSB, Prioress Address 840 S. Main Street Mt. Angel Oregon 97362 United States Phone: (503) 845-6141 Link:

The Benedictine Sisters of Mt. Angel are women responding to the call to live community according to the Gospel and the Rule of Benedict. Together they seek God in a balanced life of prayer and work, hospitality and service. While their vow of stability leads them to special care of the people in the local area, they are deeply conscious of sharing the universal mission of the Church.


Contact: Sheila Evers Address 103 South Mildred Street Ranson WV 25438 United States Phone: 304-279-7185 Link:

Birthright believes that it is the right of every pregnant woman to give birth and the right of every baby to be born. Birthright provides non-judgmental support to girls and women who are distressed by unplanned
pregnancies giving them an alternative to abortion. Using our own resources and those of the community, Birthright offers friendship and emotional support; free pregnancy tests; legal, medical and educational assistance, referrals to social agencies, adoption agencies, and practical needs such as formula, diapers, and clothes. We also deliver layettes to moms and their babies directly to the hospital.


Bishop Ahr High School (Edison, NJ)

Contact: Karen M. Barnes Address 1 Tingley Lane Edison NJ 08820 United States Phone: (732) 549-1108 ext 626 Link:

Bishop George Ahr High School is a co-educational college preparatory school of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey. The school provides an atmosphere in which each individual’s God-given abilities are nurtured and developed. Every student is encouraged to strive for spiritual, academic, social, creative, and athletic excellence through the interaction of a caring community. With Christ as our model, the Bishop Ahr community fosters a uniquely Christian environment. Each individual can grow in self-esteem, in social and moral responsibility, and in those values needed to face the challenges of tomorrow’s world.


Bishop John King Mussio Junior High School

Contact: Theresa Danaher Address 320 West View Ste 2 Steubenville Ohio 43952 United States Phone: 740-346-0028 Link:

Bishop John King Mussio Central Junior High strives to integrate Catholic values and teachings into a total curriculum, creating a positive environment where students develop spiritually, intellectually, physically and socially as disciples of Jesus Christ

Bishop McNamara High School

Contact: Dr. Marco Clark Address 6800 Marlboro Pike Forestville Maryland 20747 United States Phone: 301-735-8401 Link:

Bishop McNamara High School, a college preparatory school in the Holy Cross tradition, exists to educate and to form young men and women in and through the Catholic faith. The school challenges its students to think with Christ: a thought animated by the gospel, manifested in service, and informed by academic excellence.

Bishop’s Guild Diocese of Fort Worth Advancement Foundation Catholic Center

Contact: Nancy Mitchell Address 800 West Loop 820 South Fort Worth Texas 76108-2919 United States Phone: 817-945-9445 Link:

The mission of the Bishop’s Guild is to be leaders in the Diocese of Forth Worth and support growth of the Catholic Church by 1). Supporting a continuous line of succession in the priesthood by way of spiritual as well as financial support of our seminarians and priests; 2). Sharing the Bishop’s vision in evangelizing to the diocese and beyond; and 3). Offering fellowship and education to Bishop’s Guild members.

Black and Indian Mission Office

Contact: Reverend Wayne C. Paysse, Executive Director Address 2021 H Street NW Washington District of Columbia 20006 United States Phone: 202-331-8542 Link:

The Black and Indian Mission established in 1884 serves Black, Indian, Eskimo and Aleute communities with evangelization and supervises the only annual collection mandated by the third plenary council. The funds collected annually are distributed as diocesan grants and have been responsible for continuing the Church’s faithful in supporting the evangelization needs of the Black and Native American communities in the United States.

BVM Restorative Justice Ministry (St. Paul, MN)

Contact: Mary Maas, BVM Address 1671 Summit Avenue St. Paul Minnesota 55105 United States Phone: (651) 646-2668

The BVM Restorative Justice Ministry seeks to implement the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary mission of