Catalog of Ministries

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Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

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The Catholic Distance University

Contact: Marianne Evans Mount, Ph.D, Executive Vice President Address 120 East Colonial Highway Hamilton Virginia 20158 United States Phone: 540-338-2700 ext 707 Link: http://www.cdu.edu/
Biography

The Catholic Distance University (CDU) educates adults worldwide in the teachings of Christ and the Roman Catholic Church through distance learning. CDU’s mission responds to the command of Christ to teach all nations (cf. Mt.28.19-20; Mk 16.15; Lk 24.47)
This is done in support of the evangelizing and catechizing mission of the Church, in fidelity to the Church’s Magisterium, the Documents of the Second Vatican Council, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other magisterial documents, and in cooperation with local dioceses.
CDU serves in particular Catholics who wish to deepen their faith and/or pursue professional development: the laity, among them parents and catechists, priests, permanent deacons, and religious. It also welcomes non-Catholics who wish to learn more about the Catholic Faith. CDU offers degree and non-dehree programs using a variety of distance learning techniques and technologies.

The Catholic High School of Baltimore

Contact: Dr. Barbara D. Nazelrod, President Address 2800 Edison Highway Baltimore Maryland 21213 United States Phone: 410-732-6200 Link: http://www.thecatholichighschool.org/
Biography

Empowered by Gospel values and rooted in the spirit and tradition of Saints Francis and Clare of Assisi, The Catholic High School of Baltimore, a sponsored institution of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, is dedicated to the education of young women in an environment that fosters Christian attitudes of dignity and respect for the human person and all of creation.

In our mission, we recognize that through education the empowerment of women can effect the transformation of our society; therefore, we challenge our school community to academic excellence, to responsible leadership, and to Christian community service.

The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal

Contact: Rev. Carl L Pieber, C.M. Address 475 E. Chelten Ave Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19144 United States Phone: 215-848-1010 Link: http://www.cammonline.org
Biography

Support of Seminarians of the Congregation of the Mission Support of Aged & infirmed Vincentian Priests of the Eastern Province of the Congregation of the Mission. provide assistance to the poor

The Daughters of St. Paul

Contact: Sister Margaret J. Obrovac, FSP Address 50 St. Pauls Ave. Boston Massachusetts 2130 United States Phone: 617-522-8911 Link: http://www.daughtersofstpaul.org
Biography

The Daughters of St. Paul (U.S. and English-Speaking Canada province) are a congregation of women religious evangelizing in 54 countries and territories, both with the media of communication and within the culture of communication generated by these media.

Their founders, Blessed James Alberione, SSP, and Venerable Thecla Merlo, FSP, recognized how the media were dramatically changing the ways that human beings learned, built community, and even understood themselves, their world, and their God. They pioneered a lived proclamation of the Gospel within this constantly evolving culture and passed their heritage on to a family of ten Pauline congregations and associations with their diverse, yet collaborative, pastoral missions.

The sisters and their lay co-workers serve in 14 cities of the U.S., where they operate Pauline Books & Media (PBM) Centers. There they also conduct various forms of outreach and offer media-related services primarily in English or Spanish. Special services include Paulinas, a Spanish distribution center in Miami, and the Pauline Center for Media Studies in Culver City, CA (Los Angeles). They own and operate the PBM publishing house in Boston. In Canada, they evangelize through a PBM Centre and their Canadian distribution house in Toronto, Ontario.

Houses of formation are located in St. Louis (postulancy) and Boston (novitiate). The offices of the provincial government and the community’s infirmary are also situated in Boston.

 

 

The Diocese of Palm Beach (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)

Contact: Mrs. Patricia Cantieri Address 9995 North Military Trail/P.O. Box 109650 Palm Beach Gardens Florida 33410 United States Phone: (561) 775-9547
Biography

The Diocese of Palm Beach Peace and Justice Program in the Elementary Schools strives to teach peacemaking and justice skills to children of all economic, ethnic and social background in a hands-on, developmentally appropriate curriculum which will impact schools, homes and the community.

The Evangelical Catholic

Contact: Katelin Cummins Address 723 State St. Madison Wisconsin 53703 United States Phone: 608-258-3140-ext 107 Link: http://www.evangelicalcatholic.org
Biography

We assist university and college campus ministry and parishes nationwide to become vibrant, fruitful and self-sustaining in formation for relational outreach to the unchurched, lapsed, alienated and unbelieving. In the vision of Vatican II, laity whose lives have been transformed in Christ become disciples able to reach out naturally and organically within trusting relationships. Ministry practice becomes Christ-centered, sacramentally strong and mission-oriented.

The Franciscan Church of the Assumption Ministries

Contact: Denise Headd Address 812 North Salina St Syracuse New York 13208 United States Phone: 315-422-4833 ext 338 Link: http://www.assumptionchurchsyracuse.org
Biography

We administer the Assumption Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen, the Franciscan Place Chapel and Religious Gift Shoppe at Destiny USA, and Franciscan Northside Ministries, located at 812 North Salina Street, Syracuse, NY 13208

The Labouré Society

Contact: Bill LeMire Address 1365 Corporate Center Curve, Ste. 104 Eagan Minnesota 55121 United States Phone: 651.452.1160 Link: http://www.labouresociety.org
Biography

The Labouré Society rescues Catholic vocations from the barrier of student loan debt. Through an innovative, unique, collective fundraising model, Labouré teaches our future priests and religious how to raise funds for vocations as a class of “aspirants” in order to obtain monetary awards from Labouré. Aspirants use the awards to erase or sufficiently mitigate their student loan debt, thereby freeing them to enter a seminary, convent or religious order. Without Labouré, these vocations would be lost to the Catholic Church!

 

The Louisville Chorus

Contact: Therese Davis Address 6303 Fern Valley Pass Louisvuille Kentucky 40228 United States Phone: 502-968-6300 Link: http://www.LouisvilleChorus.org/
Biography

To foster the art of choral music for singers, audiences, students, and special constituents by presenting the widest in varietal repertoire through the history of music in our performsnces and outreach programs

The Marist Brothers, Inc

Contact: Brother Hugh P Turley Address 4200 West 115th Street Chicago Illinois 60655-4397 United States Phone: 773-881-5343 Link: http://www.maristbr.org
Biography

To bring Christian education to young people, especially those who are most neglected.

The National Black Catholic Congress

Contact: Valerie E Washington, Executive Director Address 320 Cathedral Street Baltimore Maryland 21201 United States Phone: 410-547-8496 Link: http://www.nbccongress.org/ Link: video
Biography

We, The National Black Catholic Congress, comprised of member organizations, represent African American Roman Catholics, working in collaboration with National Roman Catholic organizations. We commit ourselves to establishing an agenda for the evangelization of African Americans; and to improve the spiritual, mental, and physical conditions of African Americans, thereby committing ourselves to freedom and growth of African Americans as full participants in church and society. Aware of the challenges, we are committed to evangelize ourselves, our church and unchurched African Americans, thereby enriching the Church. We hold ourselves accountable to our baptismal commitment to witness and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ.

The National Catholic Bioethics Center

Contact: George Gunning Address 6399 Drexel Road Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19151 United States Phone: (215) 877-2660 Link: http://www.ncbcenter.org
Biography

Since 1972, The National Catholic Bioethics Center has defended human dignity and upheld Church teaching in health care and the life sciences. We are a trusted resource for clergy and laypeople, helping them understand how Catholic teaching applies to bioethics.

The Papal Foundation

Contact: Jim Coffey, Vice President Address 150 Monument Road Bala Cynwyd Pennsylvania 19004 United States Phone: 610 535 6340 Link: http://www.thepapalfoundation.com
Biography

The Papal Foundation is composed of individuals called Stewards of Saint Peter who work closely to assist the Pope in funding missions in great need.  Each year close to 100 grants are given to assist the very poor of the world. At an annual audience in Rome, the Pope thanks these Stewards for their faithful assistance. The audience usually happens just after Easter.

The Redemptorists of the Baltimore Province

Contact: James Link Address 107 Duke of Gloucester St Annapolis Maryland 21401 United States Phone: 877-876-7662 Link: http://redemptorists.net
Biography

We’re missionary Catholic priests and brothers who bring the Good News of God’s love, mercy and redemption to the poorest and most abandoned people. In 1732 our congregation was founded in Italy by St. Alphonsus Liguori, and more than 5,300 Redemptorists now serve in 78 countries around the world. The Redemptorists of the Baltimore Province preach missions in parishes throughout the United States and work in more than 200 ministries to assist the poor, the hungry, immigrants, needy schoolchildren, elderly priests and brothers, prisoners, and others who need help and hope.

Theology of the Body Evangelization Team, Inc. (TOBET)

Contact: Monica Ashour Address 948 Blaylock Circle North Irving Texas 75061 United States Phone: 972-849-6543 Link: http://www.tobet.org
Biography

In union with and in service of the Blessed Trinity and the Catholic Church, TOBET seeks to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, spread hope, and, by word and example, draw all people into the communion of Persons of the Blessed Trinity by instructing others about Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body for the renewal and sanctification of the family, the Church, and the rest of society.

Thomas Aquinas College

Contact: Paul O’Reilly, Ph. D. Address 10,000 Ojai Road Santa Paula California 93060 United States Phone: 805-525-4417 Link: http://www.thomasaquinas.edu
Biography

Thomas Aquinas College exists to guide students in their search for the truth. Founded by a group of Catholic laymen, the College offers an unusual and challenging program in the liberal arts and sciences. Instead of textbooks, our students read the great books, the original works of the great thinkers who shaped our civilization, and discuss them in small classes, a method that encourages active learning and personal engagement with the ideas contained in the text. We maintain a strictly need-blind admissions policy and commit to providing whatever financial assistance a qualified student to attend.We invite all who sincerely seek wisdom to come and engage in conversation about the nature of reality, the purpose of life, and the love of God.

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