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.
If you wish to contribute to an organization with an existing NCCF fund, if you wish to create a fund to benefit an organization, or if you wish to contribute to NCCF’s mission, please contact us below.

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.

If you would like your organization listed please use the link below to download the form or contact NCCF. There is no cost for inclusion.

Archdiocese of Boston Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs (Brighton, MA)

Contact: Rev. David C. Michael Address 2121 Commonwealth Ave. Brighton Massachusetts 2135 United States Phone: (617) 746-5799 Link: http://www.rcab.org/eandi/default.htm
Biography

In the affirmation of its relationship with other Christians, the Church in the Archdiocese of Boston commits itself to pray and to work for that unity for which Jesus prayed. In the service of this commitment to Christian unity — known as ecumenism — the Church relates to other Christians, both Orthodox and Protestant. The Church in this Archdiocese also holds in esteem the people of other faiths. It pledges its efforts toward better understanding of others’ beliefs and collaboration in our common concerns for the dignity and welfare of every person. In these efforts — known as interreligious or interfaith relations — the Church wishes to attend to those special bonds already linking it with the Jewish community, to that part of its heritage shared with the Muslims, and to the similar spiritual goals and values of other religions. The office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs is devoted to promoting understanding and cooperation among peoples of all faiths.