Catalog of Ministries

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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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Ladysmith Servite Sisters Fund

Contact: Theresa Sandok, OSM Address P.O.Box 389 Ladysmith Wisconsin 54848 United States Phone: 715-532-6153 Link: https://servitesisters.org
Biography

The Ladysmith Servite Sisters are a diocesan religious institute founded in 1912 in Ladysmith, Wisconsin. They share in the charism and mission of the international Servite Order. The Ladysmith Servite Sisters provide assistance for human and societal needs, with emphasis on women, children, families, education, health care and social services.

Lay Mission-Helpers Association

Contact: Chad Ribordy Address 3435 Wilshire Blvd #1940 Los Angeles California 90010 United States Phone: 213-368-1874 Link: http://www.laymissionhelpers.org/
Biography

Lay Mission-Helpers Association recruits, prepares, sends and supports Catholic lay persons-single, married, married with children–from the Catholic Church in the United States who are willing to share their gifts and live their faith in response to requests of bishops in developing countries. Lay Mission-Helpers Association sends nurses,teachers, administrators, pastoral workers and technicians to area of the world which are in dire need of people with such skills.

Life Directions

Contact: Bonnie Remenapp Address 5716 Michigan Ave, Suite 220 Detroit Michigan 48210 United States Phone: 313-420-0310 Link: http://www.lifedirections.org
Biography

Youth & Young Adult Development: The mission of Life Directions is to motivate young adults, ages 13-35, especially the economically poor and “at-risk” to mature into responsible, productive adults through self-direction. Life Directions currently works in churches and public high schools in poverty communities and in their surrounding neighborhoods in Detroit and Chicago. In celebration of Life Directions 40th Anniversary, Rev. John Phelps, CSsR, has published, Life Directions: Raising Hope, Building Peace.

LifeWay Network, Inc

Contact: Sister Joan Dawber, SC Address P.O. Box 754215 Forest Hills New York 11375 United States Phone: 718-779-8075 Link: http://www.lifewaynetwork.org
Biography

LifeWay Network collaborates to combat human trafficking through safe housing and education

Little Sisters of the Poor (Oregon, OH)

Contact: Sr. Judith Meredith, lsp Address 930 S. Wynn Road Oregon Ohio 43616 United States Phone: (419) 698-4331
Biography

At the Little Sisters of the Poor, we dedicate our lives to the loving service of the aged poor, continuing the legacy of our Foundress, Blessed Jeanne Jugan. Mindful that we serve the Lord in the Poor, we seal our dedication by a special fourth vow of hospitality. In this evangelical mission we welcome the elderly in homes where we strive to meet their physical, medical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs. Regardless of their financial resources, each resident has a private room and bathroom. Regular income does not cover the cost of care. God’s providence and community contribution are essential for the daily operation of the Home.

Little Sisters of the Poor (Washington, DC)

Contact: Sister Benedict Armstrong Address 4200 Harewood Road NE Washington District of Columbia 20017 United States Phone: 202-269-1831 Link: http://www.littlesistersofthepoor.org/
Biography

Little Sisters of the Poor, we dedicate our lives to the loving service of the Aged Poor, continuing the legacy of our Foundress, Blessed Jeanne Jugan. Mindful that we serve the Lord in the Poor, we seal our dedication by a special fourth vow of hospitality. In this evangelical mission we welcome the Elderly in Homes where we strive to meet their physical, medical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. In a family atmosphere we want the Residents to experience being loved, being needed and knowing they will receive care adapted to their eventual health changes. Respectful of their dignity and of the sacredness of life itself, we accompany them spiritually and assist them at the hour of death. The quality and spirit of this dedication is instilled in those who collaborate with us in this mission. At present Little Sisters are in 32 countries with 30 Homes in the United States.

Little Sisters of the Poor – Saint Mary and Joseph Home for the Aged (Cleveland, OH)

Contact: Sharon L. Martin, Fundraising Director Address 4291 Richmond Road Cleveland Ohio 44122 United States Phone: (216) 464-1222
Biography

The Little Sisters’ only purpose for being in Cleveland for the last 131 years has been to provide care for the elderly who have limited financial means or social support and find it difficult to maintain their independence with dignity. The Home has a family-like atmosphere in which the Residents are respected and loved. The Home is licensed to provide nursing and personal care under the statutes of the State of Ohio. The continuum of care offered ensures that the Residents can remain in the Home as their needs increase. They know that the Little Sisters will be at their side in their last moments and the elderly deserve strength and peace from this assurance.

Little Sisters of the Poor – St. Augustine’s Home for the Aged (Indianapolis, IN)

Contact: Tracy Desserich, Director of Development Address 2345 West 86th Street Indianapolis Indiana 46260 United States Phone: (317) 872-6420
Biography

At the Little Sisters of the Poor, we dedicate our lives to the loving service of the aged poor, continuing the legacy of our Foundress, Blessed Jeanne Jugan. Mindful that we serve the Lord in the Poor, we seal our dedication by a special fourth vow of hospitality. In this evangelical mission we welcome the elderly in homes where we strive to meet their physical, medical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Little Sisters of the Poor – St. Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged (Cincinnati, OH)

Contact: Sr. Cecilia Mary, lsp Address 476 Riddle Road Cincinnati Ohio 45220 United States Phone: (513) 281-8001 Link: http://www.littlesistersofthepoor.org/
Biography

The Little Sisters of the Poor are religious women, members of an International Congregation, who have dedicated their lives to the service of the elderly, in 30 countries of the world on its 5 continents. We live in this mission of hospitality by serving the elderly poor in every aspect of their lives. The height of our vocation is to nurture spirituality and assist the dying. The Little Sisters of the Poor instill a respect for human dignity and the inviolability of the human life. We offer a loving Home with nutritious food, comfortable housing, clothing, nursing care, and meaningful activity in an environment of compassion, love and respect from which the Residents benefit throughout life. Here in Cincinnati our Home provides low-income independent living apartments, assisted living and skilled care to low-income elderly of the Greater Cincinnati area regardless of race, creed, sex or nationality.

Little Sisters of the Poor of Greater Boston (Boston, MA)

Contact: Sr. Beatrice Mary Address 186 Highland Avenue Somerville Massachusetts 2143 United States Phone: (617) 776-4420 Link: http://www.littlesistersofthepoor.org/
Biography

The Little Sisters of the Poor are religious women, members of an International Congregation, who have dedicated their lives to the service of the elderly, in 30 countries of the world on its 5 continents. We live in this mission of hospitality by serving the elderly poor in every aspect of their lives. The height of our vocation is to nurture spirituality and assist the dying. The Little Sisters of the Poor install a respect for human dignity and the inviolability of the human life. We offer a loving Home with nutritious food, comfortable housing, clothing, nursing care, and meaningful activity in an environment of compassion, love and respect from which the Residents benefit throughout life. Here in Somerville our Home provides low-income independent living apartments, assisted living and skilled care to low-income elderly of Greater Boston regardless of race, creed, sex or nationality.

Little Sisters of the Poor of Pa. (Pittsburgh, PA)

Contact: Sr. Mary Vincent, Administrator Address 1028 Benton Avenue Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15212 United States Phone: 412-307-1100 Link: http://www.littlesistersofthepoor-pittsburgh.org/
Biography

In addition to the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, the Little Sisters of the Poor take a vow of hospitality. We live in this mission of hospitality by serving our elderly poor in every aspect of their lives. The height of our vocation is to nurture spirituality and assist the dying. The LIttle Sisters of the Poor instill a respect for human dignity and the inviolability of the human life. In addition, we provide nutritious food, comfortable housing, clothing, nursing care, and meaningful activity. We serve the elderly poor in our Homes, welcoming them as family, responding with love to their needs and hopes.

Little Sisters of the Poor-Jeanne Jugan Residence (Newark, DE)

Contact: Sr. Marie Jeanne Ranallo Address 185 Salem Church Road Newark Delaware 19713 United States Phone: 302-368-5886 ext. 227 Link: http://www.littlesistersofthepoor.org/
Biography

As Little Sisters of the Poor, we care for the elderly poor in the spirit of humble service which we have received from Jeanne Jugan. We welcome the elderly as we would Jesus Christ himself and serve them with love and respect until death. Mindful that we serve the Lord in the Poor, we seal our dedication by a special fourth vow of hospitality. In this evangelical mission we welcome the Elderly in Homes where we strive to meet their physical, medical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. In a family atmosphere we want the Residents to experience being loved, being needed and knowing they will receive care adapted to their eventual health changes. Respectful of their dignity and of the sacredness of life itself, we accompany them spiritually and assist them at the hour of death. The quality and spirit of this dedication is instilled in those who collaborate with us in this mission. At present Little Sisters are in 31 countries with 32 Homes in the United States.

Little Sisters of the Poor/St. Martin’s Home (Baltimore, MD)

Address 601 Maiden Choice Lane Baltimore Maryland 21228 United States Phone: (410) 744-9367 ext. 174 Link: http://www.littlesistersofthepoorbaltimore.org/
Biography

As Little Sisters of the Poor, we dedicate our lives to the loving service of the Aged Poor, continuing the legacy of our Foundress, Blessed Jeanne Jugan. Mindful that we serve the Lord in the Poor, we seal our dedication by a special fourth vow of hospitality. In this evangelical mission we welcome the Elderly in Homes where we strive to meet their physical, medical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. In a family atmosphere we want the Residents to experience being loved, being needed and knowing they will receive care adapted to their eventual health changes. Respectful of their dignity and of the sacredness of life itself, we accompany them spiritually and assist them at the hour of death. The quality and spirit of this dedication is instilled in those who collaborate with us in this mission. At present the Little Sisters of the Poor serve the elderly poor in 32 countries. There are 30 Homes in the United States.

Los Pobres Inc

Contact: Nancy R. Crafton S.C. Address 212 East US Highway 50 / PO Box 304 Avondale Colorado 81022 United States Phone: 719-564-2996
Biography

Los Padres is a ministry of humanitarian services provided to the immigrant worker of Southeastern Colorado. The secondary mission is to the indigent citizen living in the adjacent area.

Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops

Contact: Daniel J. “Danny” Loar Address 3423 Hundred Oaks Avenue Baton Rouge LA 70808 United States Phone: 225-344-7120 Link: laccb.org
Biography

The Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops (LCCB) is an agency of the Roman Catholic Bishops of the state, who constitute its board of directors. The LCCB, which has as its foundation the teachings of the Catholic Church, serves to coordinate education of the people through joint pastoral statements; to promote collaboration in shared projects among Catholic dioceses and other institutions; and to communicate and interact with local, parish, state and federal bodies.

 

Loyola Productions, Inc.

Contact: Eddie Siebert, S.J. Address 8505 Washington Blvd Culver City California 90232 United States Phone: 310-815-8542 Link: http://www.loyolaproductions.com
Biography

Loyola Productions, Inc. is a nonprofit creative media company that builds on the 450-year-old Jesuit tradition of effective involvement in the communications arts.

By producing and distributing quality works, Loyola Productions illuminates the human experience, so that more and more people may come to a deeper understanding of themselves, of the world, and of God actively present in it, and thus engage with greater confidence and insight into the joys and struggles of human life.

Loyola School

Contact: Samantha Hanley Address 980 Park Avenue New York New York 10028 United States Phone: (646) 346-8136 Link: http://www.loyolanyc.org
Biography

As a Catholic, independent, coeducational, college preparatory, urban, secondary day school, rooted in the Jesuit tradition, Loyola School challenges its young men and women to become intellectually fulfilled, open to growth, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. Loyola School is committed to challenging its students religiously, intellectually, aesthetically, physically, and socially. Opportunities for personal study, reflection, and leadership allow students to expand their knowledge, develop their skills, mature as individuals and community members, and realize the goodness inherent in themselves and all God’s creation.In keeping with the Ignatian spirit of cura personalis (care for the whole person), Loyola School strives to develop the diverse and unique talents of each member of the Loyola community, and encourages the use of thesetalents to serve others for the greater glory of God.

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