Catalog of Ministries

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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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.

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St. Michael Indian School (St. Michaels, AZ)

Contact: Sr. Kathleen Kajer, SBS, Development Director Address P. O. Box 650 St. Michaels Arizona 86511 United States Phone: 928-871-3339 Link:

To provide a challenging education, rooted in Catholic values and sensitive to Native American heritages, to prepare our students to live in and contribute to a culturally diverse world. t. Michael is the only Catholic school on the Navajo Indian Reservation and was established by St. Katharine Drexel in 1902. It is operated by the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament.

St. Michael Records, Inc/ St Michael Movies

Contact: Michael C. Mergler, Chairman Address 3451 Valleywood Dr. Kettering Ohio 45429 United States Phone: 923-671-2880 Link:

St. Michael Records, Inc. was founded in 1998. The mission of St. Michael Movies/St. Michael Records, Inc. is to produce and distribute modern stories that show the value of turning to God through the Catholic faith, encouraging non-practicing Catholics to return to their faith, and non-Catholics to become Catholic. We are obedient to the teachings of the Catholic Church and produce only movies/music/books that reflect these values.

St. Paul High School

Contact: Julie Reynoso Address 9635 Greenleaf Ave. Santa Fe Springs California 90670 United States Phone: (562) 698-6246 ext 727 Link:

St. Paul High School is a Catholic, coeducational high school rooted in the values of the Gospel and Church Tradition. We promote and nurture students’ talents, moral development, spiritual growth, and self-discipline. As a family, we challenge students to grow in their knowledge and love of God, to strive for academic, artistic, and athletic excellence, and to work toward building a more just society.

St. Placid Priory’s Conference Center (Lacey, WA)

Contact: Sister Maureen O’Larey, OSB Address 500 College Street NE Lacey Washington 98516-5339 United States Phone: (360) 438-1771 Link:

St. Placid Priory’s Conference Center provides an urban oasis of safety and creative quiet that enables groups and individuals to make difficult organizational decisions and to resolve conflict. Situated in a forested, contemplative setting and surrounded by the prayers of the Sisters of St. Benedict, the Conference Center hosts state agencies, schools, churches, nonprofit health care organizations, and other nonprofit groups. In an atmosphere that fosters creativity and a sense of justice, these groups bring their staff for training and education, mediation, and problem solving. The Conference Center is a ministry of the Sisters of St. Benedict of St. Placid Priory and reflects the Benedictine values of peace, hospitality, community, learning and prayerful discernment.

St. Stephen Catholic School (Miramar, FL)

Contact: Mary Raynor Address 2000 S. State Road 7 Miramar Florida 33023 United States Phone: 954-983-2636

At Saint Stephen Catholic School, we strive to create loving, Chris-centered environment wherein each child can develop his/her spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, aesthetic, and social potential. As a faith community of leaders and learners, we will endeavor to model Gospel values in such a way that our students will grow into responsible individuals. They will learn lifelong skills of reasoning and decision making, which will enable them to live happy, healthy lives and have the generosity to share their gifts with all whom they come in contact.

St. Timothy Catholic Church (San Antonio, TX)

Contact: Father Jaime Diaz Address 1515 Saltillo San Antonio Texas 78207 United States Phone: 210-434-2391

St. Timothy Parish, guided by the Holy Spirit, is a worshiping community, celebrating the Sacraments. As a Christian family on a journey of faith, rooted in tradition with mutual commitment, we become a center of uplifting encouragement, which makes us a loving and persevering community. We profess our faith and love through proclaiming the good news of God’s love and through ministry to God’s people.

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center

Contact: Ellen Evans, Director of Grants and Foundation Relations Address 2351 East 22nd Street Cleveland Ohio 44115 United States Phone: 216-363-7724 Link:

Mission Statement: In the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, the St. Vincent Charity Medical Center family is dedicated to the healing ministry of Jesus. As Caregivers, we serve with a deep respect for the dignity and value of all persons, we are focused on quality care, dedicated to the poor and committed to continuing education.

St. Vincent Health System (Little Rock, AR)

Contact: Sonya Schmidt, President Address 2 St. Vincent Circle Little Rock Arkansas 72205 United States Phone: 501-552-2380 Link:

We are a faith-based, not-for-profit, full-service health-care organization, founded in 1888 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. Today, we proudly serve the total health needs of individuals from throughout Arkansas and the mid-South as a member of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious Catholic health systems.

Star of the Sea School

Contact: Terrance Hanlex Address 360 9th Ave San Francisco California 94118 United States Phone: 415-221-8558 Link:

Star of the Sea School is a unique, loving Christian community of caring persons who enthusiastically strive to instill Christ-like values and academic excellence in a way that challenges ourselves, our students and our parents.Our school is about people with the rich ethnic backgrounds of those entrusted in our care, we strive to bring out the uniqueness and potential of each child. We see the parents as the primary educators. As parents work to develop their child holistically ( spiritually, academically, psychologically, physically and culturally) we, as educators, are here to reinforce what has begun in the home. We are dedicated to guiding our students to form a thinking conscience, and to learn to make sound decision, so that they may be responsible adults of tomorrow. Because Star of the Sea Catholic School exists for people, it is our desire to lead each other, and our students and parents to real love and respect for each individual. each person has been gifted by God with life, and in turn shares personal gifts with others.

Students for life of Illinois

Contact: Kevin Grillot Address PO Box 2001 Chicago Illinois 61825 United States Phone: 309-696-8071 Link:

Students for Life of Illinois (SFLI) is an umbrella organization for the students in Illinois and surrounding states. We exist to help college students build a Culture of Life on their campuses by providing resources, training and support with the goal of forming today’s Pro-Life leaders! We facilitate the sharing of ideas and resources to strengthen and unify the voice for the voiceless.


The Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center for Thought & Culture, Inc.

Contact: William Spencer Reilly Address 18 Bleecker Street New York NY 10012 United States Phone: 212-219-3132 ext. 1344 Link:

The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture is a forum to showcase works highlighting the true, the good, and the beautiful.  The Sheen Center seeks to touch people’s lives through the arts and to create respectful dialogue about the major issues of our challenging times.

Located downtown on historic Bleecker Street, the Sheen Center is a vibrant new arts organization that focuses on theatre, music, film, and talk.  A project of the Archdiocese of New York, the state-of-the-art complex encompasses the 270-seat Loreto Theatre, equipped with five-camera high-definition live-stream capability and a multi-track recording studio;  the 80-seat Black Box Theatre; four rehearsal studios; and an art gallery.  It was named after the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, best know for his popular, inspirational radio and TV ministry in the 1950’s and 60’s.

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:

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:

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:

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 Culture Project

Contact: Julie Pesusich Address P.O. Box 86 Wynnewood PA 19096 United States Phone: 215-315-7814 ext. 707 Link: Link: The Worst Version of Yourself


A group of young people from around the country have felt called to embark on a journey in the footsteps of John Paul II. It is time to forge something for young people by young people. Having tried our culture and found it wanting, young men and women are beginning to stand against the throw-away culture that views the human person as dispensable. Today, young people are rising to uphold the dignity and potential of every human person, especially in regard to our sexuality. This is the mission of The Culture Project.

The Culture Project is a missionary organization (comprised of recent college graduates in their early twenties) who are dedicated to restoring today’s youth culture. The shocking prevalence of a culture filled with self-harm, eating disorders, pornography addiction, sexting, hook-ups, bullying, identity crisis, abortion, teen suicide – all cry out to the need for the mission.

Today’s youth culture is quickly becoming a wasteland. Sexting (the act of sending sexually suggestive photos via mobile phone) has become a widespread epidemic for youth across the country. Children are not protected because they attend Catholic schools. The advent of technology has made accessibility to adult content easy. Children as early as the fourth grade are engaging in sexting. The average age for a child to be exposed to pornography is 8 years old.  Children don’t necessarily hear the message of chastity within their school teachings, even at Catholic schools. Today’s youth culture is aching for light within an overwhelming and widespread darkness. The Culture Project is that light. Today, more than ever, young people long to know there is more to the human story. In any given community, we don’t have to look far to see young people suffering the effects of a deep, underlying problem: they don’t know who they are and what they’re made for. The Culture Project is the light that helps youths navigate the rights and wrongs of today’s confusing culture.

The Culture Project’s young mission teams serve local communities delivering a series of impactful presentations and ongoing encounters to middle school and high school students (grades 6-12), parishes, youth groups, conferences and other youth settings about living a life of virtue. They proclaim the messages of human dignity and sexual integrity to other young people, inspiring the culture of today to be ignited by these messages of truth, goodness, and beauty. They are truly modern-day role models in a world absent of young heroes or examples of greatness.

Headquartered in Wynnewood, PA, The Culture Project has full-time mission teams serving the archdiocese in the cities of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toledo and Cleveland. The organization intends to build additional teams to expand their reach and impact across the country. Missionaries make a minimum commitment of one year to enter into a program in which they themselves live and pray in community, receive formation and are sent out on mission nationally and internationally. Every year, the organization receives applicants from across the country vying to serve as Culture Project missionaries. Selecting the right people is no small feat and their in-house recruitment team is dedicated to hiring and retaining the best young men and women. It is an immense responsibility to serve as a Culture Project missionary: they are leaders, role models, influencers and brothers and sisters in Christ.  Missionaries are carefully recruited and selected. The total formation of the person is key to cultural restoration.

Since their inception in 2014, they have encountered over 150,000 youth in nearly 1000 schools and parishes within 54 dioceses across the country. Their vision is a culture of virtue restored, one person at a time. The results of their work and impact speaks for itself, and as a result, many youth are turning away from the emptiness of a loveless culture, embracing instead lives of richness, integrity and authentic feelings. These young, millennial missionaries make a difference every day in the lives of the youth they encounter.

The Culture Project International is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that relies on private donations. To learn more about the mission visit or contact Julie Pesusich, Director of Development at



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:

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

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:

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:

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