Organizations

Serving people around the world is an important part of the Church’s mission. Here you’ll find content about various Catholic charities, schools, health providers, media and more. 

The struggle to retain post-Communion youth

The struggle to retain post-Communion youth Engaging activities, a personal encounter with Jesus are essential to retaining young ...

Can we learn from Protestant ‘megachurches’?

Can we learn from Protestant ‘megachurches’? Successes of some evangelical efforts give insights for Catholic parishes looking to ...

Melchizedek Project helps boost vocations

Melchizedek Project helps boost vocations Small groups at parishes, colleges, high schools provide support for young men eyeing ...

With Hobby Lobby case decided, what’s next?

With Hobby Lobby case decided, what’s next? With one victory in the books, nonprofits continue to fight HHS mandate, saying ...

Officials defend teacher morality clauses

Officials defend teacher morality clauses Dioceses stand up to criticism as new contracts direct educators to abide by Catholic ...

Surprising allies battle for-profit surrogacy

Surprising allies battle for-profit surrogacy Minnesota Catholic Conference teams up with advocate from the National Organization ...

Cristo Rey schools change lives

Cristo Rey schools change lives Network’s work-study model succeeds in getting low-income, minority students ready for ...

Tough times for Catholic adoption agencies

Tough times for Catholic adoption agencies Unwilling to abandon doctrine and place children with same-sex couples, charities ...

Psychology is crucial in forming seminarians

Psychology is crucial in forming seminarians Programs respond to sex abuse scandal by having students actively seek counseling ...

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