Catalog of Ministries
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The mission of Calvert House is to form students for Catholic leadership in the Church and in the world. Our community reflects the diversity and richness of the universal Church, and we seek to make our members aware of the presence of the Holy Spirit in the gifts they have been given and in the differences they share.
Cappella Oratoriana, based at the Brooklyn Oratory of St. Philip Neri, is an ensemble of singers specializing in the performance of the important but neglected body of music associated with the Oratories in the 16th and 17th centuries. Its repertory includes sacred music that led to the development of the early oratorio, and Cappella Oratoriana is committed to providing public performances of sacred music to audiences in New York City as well as other locations.
Inspired by the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin Franciscan Friars of the Province of the Sacred Stigmata joyfully observe a life of simplicity guided by contemplative prayer and brotherhood, that we may better embrace the Gospel and minister to others, preferentially to the poor and marginalized.
Carmelite Communities Associated (CCA) is a nationwide association of communities of Discalced Carmelite nuns formed to support one another in the deepening of the Teresian contemplative life:
- We live the prophetic voice of the Carmelite charism in our witness of faith and hope in the Triune God
- We nurture relationships among our member communities and with the Carmelite family here and abroad. We collaborate to create mutual respect and practical support
- We recognize and honor our differences while working to strengthen our unity in diversity.
Goals of the CCA – as adopted/revised for 2018-2020
- We have fostered a broader acceptance of unity in diversity and the mutuality of the Carmelite family, especially by continued collaboration, friendship and communion among associations/federations at home and abroad.
- We have continued to work at achieving a representative voice in matters affecting our lives, the Teresian charism, and the Order.
- We have developed and empowered our members to be future leaders of and/or contributors to CCA.
- We have continued to provide active, mutual support to the identified needs of our communities, in particular, sisterly visits of each member community by the Leadership Team or delegates in the next term
The Carmelite Missions is an integral part of the international Carmelite Order. The Mission Office helps the province’s missionaries in Peru and Mexico and has assisted other provinces of the Order and congregations of Carmelite Sisters in their formation programs and in their missionary projects. The present director was formerly Prior General of the Order and has personal knowledge and direct contact with the Carmelite family (priests, sisters, and lay volunteers) all over the world.
With the vision of a peaceful, just and sustainable society in which every person can achieve their divinely inspired potential, Casa Romero Center is an urban, bilingual spirituality center whose mission is to form and renew individuals, strengthen families, and build community in the Ignatian tradition. Our mission is achieved through our programs and services which: offer a safe, structured, nurturing family environment; engage individuals in the recognition and understanding of their unique gifts; facilitate youth dreams, goals, and the creation of a life vision; provide youth and adults with leadership formation; help inform a positive worldview; and are permeated by the following values and beliefs: We believe in the divinely inspired gifts and calling of every person; We believe that every person has the right to self-development and pursuit of their own divine purpose; We believe that every person deserves to be treated with love, dignity and respect; we believe that diversity makes us stronger
Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) (Washington, DC) Mission Statement: The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) addresses the root causes of poverty in the United States in order to help poor and low-income Americans help themselves out of poverty. Since 1970, the Catholic Campaign has supported more than 4,000 low-income led community-based projects that strengthen families, create jobs, build affordable housing, fight crime, and improve schools and neighborhoods. CCHD supports projects that develop community leadership and participation so that their solutions to poverty will be long-lasting and effective. CCHD also educates Catholics about the causes of poverty and Catholic social teaching, and works to build solidarity between the poor and non-poor.
Mission: CCMA provides valuable leadership for campus ministers. We equip and teach campus ministers how to expand their influence. Finally, we establish best practices for sustainable campus ministry. CCMA connects campus ministers with one another. With membership located in all 50 states, CCMA provides the professional network for campus ministers to stay linked to one another. Campus Ministry needs advocacy. That’s where CCMA comes in, valuing campus ministers, speaking for them and engaging them in relevant findings that impact their work.
We are a Catholic faith community serving the students of Southern Methodist University, the faculty and staff, and our extended community members. We are a welcoming haven for those who seek us, an accessible comfort for those who need us, and a proactive connection with those who do not yet know us. We provide an environment for fellowship; sacramental ministry; intellectual stimulation; moral and ethical discovery; community service; spiritual enrichment; and leadership development. We strive to develop lifelong active Catholics who are challenged to investigate and remain involved in their faith.
Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services was established in 1986 to provide professional immigration legal services to low-income foreign-born individuals and their families needing assistance with matters before the U.S. immigration officials and the immigration courts.