Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

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Saint Benedict Abbey

Contact: Abbott Xavier Connelly, O.S.B. Address 252 Still River Rd P.O. Box 67 Still River Massachusetts 1467 United States Phone: 978-456-3221 Link:

Saint Benedict Abbey exists for the salvation of souls. Our vision is to unite all men to Christ in His Church, to bring about the Triumph of Mary’s Immaculate Heart and to excel and flourish as a Benedictine Community. As monks, we do this by prayer, work and hospitality according to the Rule of Saint Benedict. The Abbey operates a retreat house that annually host more than 3,000 persons who come for the experience or to join the monks in daily or weekend prayer in common (Mass, Divine Office, Rosary, and Meditation) much of which is sung in Gregorian chant. Our retreat house is open tp organized retreat groups of up to 100 people as well as individuals or couples seeking solitude or spiritual renewal. Families with children are also welcome to experience monastic life of prayer. All are welcome, regardless of faith, to enjoy the uniqueness of the Abbey with its open space and mountain view.

Saint Brigid of Kildare’s SPiCE program

Contact: Kathleen O’Reilly, Principal, St. Brigid of Kildare School Address 7175 Avery Road Dublin Ohio 43017 United States Phone: 614-718-5825 or Sarah Moore at 614-761-3734 Link:

Saint Brigid of Kildare’s SPiCE program (Special People
In Catholic Education) advocates serving the educational needs of children with learning differences and benefits all children by promoting diversity in the classroom. SPiCE supports the enrichment of the learning environment for all children in the parish school and the parish religious education program, through teacher training, dedicated personnel, support materials, special equipment, and parent education. We collaborate with a small but growing number of parish SPiCE committees in the Columbus Diocese, working together to promote and expand a commitment to inclusive Catholic education at primary and secondary levels.

Saint Cecilia Classical Productions Inc.

Contact: Jim Baltrinic, Executive Director Address P.O. Box 129 Green Ohio 44232 United States Phone: 330-833-0675 Link:

Saint Cecilia Classical Productions Inc., is a music-based, Catholic, evangelization apostolate. As an orthodox, Catholic organization, whose ultimate goal is the salvation of souls, we are committed to the proclamation and defense of the teachings of the Catholic Church, especially in regards to issues involving the sanctity of life and the traditional institution of marriage.

The principle focus of our ministry is the improvement of the spiritual and moral character of young people, by bringing to them the truths of the Gospel and the teachings of Jesus Christ. It is by these means that we will further the Church’s efforts to create a new Culture of Life, which will, in turn, bring about greater peace and tranquility in our society.

Our strategy is to use entertainment groups of orthodox, Catholic, young women who can be good role models for today’s youth, and, at the same time, instill in them a better understanding of the truths of the Catholic Faith, which, in turn, will better equip them to challenge the anti-life and anti-family mentality that is so prevalent in today’s society.

A big part of the mission of these groups is to promote a positive, truly feminine, image of young women. Performing in small vocal ensembles, under the name “The Ladies of Cecilia”, these young ladies will take the principles of our Catholic faith, as well as the ideals put forth by Pope John Paul II in his writings on the family, and “multiply”, so to speak, their effect through the medium of music: quality music performed by young women of character, modesty, and grace. Through their own good example, and the witness they give, these young women will promote the virtues of true womanhood and authentic Catholic family life to today’s young people.

Saint Cecilia Classical Productions Inc. is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) public charity. We were organized exclusively for religious, educational and charitable purposes.



Saint Francis Home

Contact: Pamela Embrey Address 65 West Clopton Street Richmond Virginia 23225 United States

Saint Francis Home’s purpose is to serve seniors of limited financial means by offering life-enhancing care and services designed to promote physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being in a home-like environment where independence, dignity, and self-worth are nurtured. Saint Francis Home is open to qualifying seniors over the age of 50 without preference or discrimination based on race, creed, religion, gender or country of origin.

Saint Gianna’s Maternity Home

Contact: Susan Barclay Address 15605 County Road 15 Minto North Dakota 58261 United States Phone: 701-248-3077 Link:

We believe that every unborn child has a right to life and that every pregnant woman has the right to give birth with dignity. We are dedicated to providing safe shelter, food, clothing, education, and counseling; and to addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of women in crisis pregnancies as an alternative to abortion. We are committed to providing families with a stable living situation based on spiritual values-one mother, one baby, one family at a time

Saint Joseph Family Center (Portland, OH)

Contact: Sia Lindstrom Address 1608 SE Ankeny Street Portland Oregon 97124 United States Phone: (503) 238-4420

Saint Joseph Family Medical Center is a non-resident counseling center sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. Our mission is to foster the development of the whole person, to promote growth within the family and to help create healthy community. In the Franciscan tradition, the Saint Joseph Family Medical Center assists individuals, couples, and families to develop to the fullness of their potential and continue a long tradition of hospitality in Spokane by welcoming all and by providing an atmosphere of acceptance and belonging. It is believed that each person is God’s special handiwork; each person has a right to be fully alive; each person is capable of growth. The service at Saint Joseph’s is mutual: the staff shares with and receives from all who come there. Together they build the human community in and through the compassionate Christ.

Saint Joseph Seminary College

Contact: Very Reverend Gregory Boquet, O.S.B Address 75376 River Road Saint Benedict Louisiana 70457 United States Phone: 985-867-2241 Link:

Mission: Saint Joseph Seminary College is a community of faith and learning in the liberal arts rooted in the Benedictine tradition that promotes the development of the whole person. The formation program fosters the commitment of seminarians to the Roman Catholic priesthood in accordance with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Program of Priestly Formation. The Seminary College also supports preparation for service in lay ministries and makes available its educational and other resources to the local community.

Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care Services, Inc., (Atlanta, GA)

Contact: Sister Angela M. Ebberwein Address 424 Decatur St SE Atlanta Georgia 30312-1848 United States Phone: (404)880-3562

The Mission of Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care Services is to improve the well-being of those it serves through the promotion of health and provision of health-related services. This mission is an expression of the healing ministry of the Church and of Christ’s merciful love toward all those who suffer or are in need. This effort is carried out by combining medical and technical excellence with a compassionate concern for the whole person. The mission recognizes the intrinsic dignity and infinite value of every person, including those who are served and those who serve. Mercy Care Services seeks to understand and respond to the health needs of the communities it serves through the provision of identified outreach and ambulatory services, and to contribute to decisions that affect access to, as well as quality and delivery of, health care services.

Saint Louis University

Contact: Michele Oesch Address 221 N. Grand Blvd St. Louis Missouri 63103 United States Phone: 314-997-6814 Link:

The mission of Saint Louis University is the pursuit of truth for the greater glory of God and for the service of humanity. The University seeks excellence in the fulfillment of its corporate purposes of teaching, research, health care and services to the community. It is dedicated to leadership in the continuing quest for understanding of God’s creation and for the discovery, dissemination and integration of the values, knowledge and skills required to transform society in the spirit of the Gospels. As a Catholic, Jesuit university, this pursuit is motivated by the inspiration and values of the Judeo-Christian tradition and is guided by the spiritual and intellectual ideals of the Society of Jesus

Saint Louis University

Address 221 N. Grand Blvd St. Louis Missouri 63103 United States Phone: 314-997-6814 Link:

The mission of Saint Louis University is the pursuit of truth for the greater glory of God and for the service of humanity. The University seeks excellence in the fulfillment of its corporate purposes of teaching, research, health care and services to the community. It is dedicated to leadership in the continuing quest for understanding of God’s creation and for the discovery, dissemination and integration of the values, knowledge and skills required to transform society in the spirit of the Gospels. As a Catholic, Jesuit university, this pursuit is motivated by the inspiration and values of the Judeo-Christian tradition and is guided by the spiritual and intellectual ideals of the Society of Jesus

Saint Luke Productions (Beaverton, OR)

Contact: Callie Cribbs Address P.O. Box 761 Beaverton Oregon 97075 United States Phone: (800) 683-2998 Link:

St. Luke Productions is dedicated to renewing the culture through a Catholic vision in the dramatic arts. So many times, television, theater, and movies are blamed for the decadence in our culture. It is the mission of St. Luke Productions, a charitable nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, to use these same powerful tools to do good in our world and to expose young people to inspiring role models. For 21 years, St. Luke Productions has produced professional, award-winning live and video dramas on the scriptures and the lives of the saints, including St. Francis of Assisi, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. John of the Cross, St. Augustine, and St. Therese of Lisieux. These dramas have been seen by more than 700,000 people in live performances throughout the U.S. in churches, schools, prisons, and theaters. The videos have been broadcast nationally & internationally. St. Luke Productions is currently working on a film called THERESE about the life of St.Therese of Lisieux based on her autobiography the Story of a Soul.

Saint Mary’s Academy (Portland, OR)

Contact: Christina Friedhoff, President Address 1615 SW Fifth Avenue Portland Oregon 97201 United States Phone: 503-228-7181 Link:

Saint Mary’s exists to educate the young woman through a comprehensive and rigorous program of study that prepares her for higher education. Integrated with this academic perspective, Saint Mary’s Academy provides the opportunity for students to explore the teachings of Jesus as expressed in the Gospel and through the tradition of the Catholic Church. Complementing and enriching the academic program, the co-curricular creates an environment for the young woman to develop spiritually, aesthetically, athletically, and socially. Saint Mary’s Academy encourages each young woman to contribute her leadership, her knowledge, and her respect for life as a service to others.

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

Contact: Susan Dolle, Director of Grants Address 1 St Mary of Woods College St Mary of the Woods Indiana 47876 United States Phone: 812-535-5275 Link:

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College empowers students to think critically, engage in lifelong leadership, and effect positive change in a spirit of service and social responsibility.

Vision: Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College embodies a spirit of student-centered academic innovation, faith and leadership to transform ourselves, our communities and our world.

Values: In our relationships and all that we do, we will demonstrate a commitment to the Sisters of Providence and to these values: Social Justice, Spirituality, Sustainability, and Women’s Issues.

Saint Raphael School

Contact: Lydia Collins, Principal Address 1100 Fifth Avenue San Rafael California 94901 United States Phone: 415-454-4455 Link:

Mission Statement: Founded in 1889 as part of the Mission San Rafael, Saint Raphael School is one of California’s original mission schools. We honor our history even as we embrace the latest innovations in educational methods and facilities to equip our students for successful advancement to college preparatory programs. We build on the best Catholic educational traditions, amd tailor our methods to today’s values of tolerance and self actualization. We strive to develop the whole child. We nurture inherent moral, intellectual, emotional and athletic capabilities. Parents take an active role in guiding our programs and support our staff in the classroom.

Saint Rita School

Contact: Carol Arritola Address 102 Marinde Dr Fairfax California 94930 United States Phone: 415-456-1003 Ext 14 Link:

As a community of learners, believers and friends we are called to share in the message of Christ and are dedicated to building a community of respect, responsibility and kindness,

Saint Thomas More Catholic Chapel and Center at Yale University (New Haven, CT)

Contact: Rev. Robert L. Beloin, Chaplain Address 268 Park Street New Haven Connecticut 6511 United States Phone: (203) 777-5537 Link:

Saint Thomas More, The Catholic Chapel & Center serves the Catholic community at Yale University by:
• Creating a vibrant and welcoming community through worship and service
• Cultivating informed faith and spirituality
• Engaging in reflective discourse on faith and culture
• Advancing the Church’s mission of promoting social justice
• Participating in the global Church’s life and witness.

Saint Vincent Academy

Contact: Sister June Favata Address 228 W Market St Newark New Jersey 7103 United States Phone: 973-622-1613 Link:

Saint Vincent Academy, founded in 1869 and sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, is a Catholic, college preparatory high school for women of diverse backgrounds, many of whom face societal and economic challenges. Located in Newark, New jersey, the Academy prepares urban women to be creative participants in society by empowering them with rigorous academic learning and life-enhancing Gospel teachings. This nurturing, disciplined community supports a culture of high expectations, a love of learning and the attainment of the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes that promote personal and professional fulfillment.

The Academy instills in students a confidence in themselves as women, a belief in God’s love for them and in the power of community. The Saint Vincent Academy experience inspires students to develop lifelong commitments to Christian service and a capacity for hope, compassionate leadership and the desire to transform the world into a more just and peaceful society.

Salesian Sisters of St John Bosco d/b/a Mary Help of Christians Academy

Contact: Sr. Mary Rinaldi Address 659 Belmont Ave North Haledon New Jersey 7508 United States Phone: 973-904-0102 Link:

Mary Help of Christians Academy is committed to making an integral Catholic college-prep education accessible to young women of diverse backgrounds. Our mission is to provide a student-centered learning environment within a family atmosphere that embodies the Silesian philosophy of reason, religion and loving kindness as taught by St. John Bosco and St Mary Mazzarello. We challenge our students to develop their potential and to dedicate themselves to academic excellence, faith, leadership and service as they take their place in out rapidly changing and pluralistic society