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101: Congregation of Notre Dame
Serving in nine countries, we are united by our desire to follow Jesus, by our devotion to Mary, and by our vowed commitment to bring the love of God to the world. Inspired by the pioneering spirit of our foundress, St. Marguerite Bourgeois and...

103: Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word of Houston, Texas
We are Serving with Gladness! We commit ourselves to being "Gospels of love" by creating communities that are Gospel-based and supportive. We respond with others in faith to the pain and brokenness of our world, risking new pathways in direct service...

104: Society of Jesus - The Jesuits
The Society of Jesus is a Roman Catholic international religious order of some 25,000 men on six continents and 112 countries. Members of the Society of Jesus (or Jesuits) might be priests, brothers, or scholastics who are studying to become priests....

105: Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco
We, Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco, are an international congregation of more than 14,000 Sisters ministering to and with youth in 89 countries around the world. A deep prayer life, a strong community life, and a youth-centered ministry give us...

107: Carmelite Friars
Carmelites strive to live in God's presence, "in allegiance to Jesus Christ," through community, prayer, and ministry. We are engaged in various apostolic ministries to serve the church, including a wide range of educational, parochial, and spiritual...

108: Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament
We are an active, apostolic religious order of men (brothers, deacons, and priests) making known the many mysteries of the Eucharist. We promote parishes to be Eucharistic centers. We have Emmanuel Magazine and the Center for Eucharistic Evangelizing...

109: Divine Word Missionaries
Divine Word Missionaries are an international, multicultural community of over 6,000 brothers and priests working in more than 65 countries around the world. Formation programs include: 1) Divine Word College in Epworth, Iowa is the only Roman...

110: Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Ill.
We are joyful women committed to preaching the gospel through our lives lived in community, our private and communal prayer, and our varied ministries. The model for our preaching is Jesus, whose mission is "to bring glad tidings to the poor, to...

111: Xaverian Missionaries
Today over 1,000 Xaverian priests, brothers, and sisters bring God's love to people on every continent. We serve in 18 countries around the world, including Japan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Burundi, D.R. Congo, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Cameroon, Chad...

112: Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate
Led by the Spirit, we, as Joliet Franciscans, embrace the gospel life by commitment to Franciscan values and respond to the needs of our time through prayer, community, and ministry. We minister in pre-school through adult education, in parish...

113: Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur are women with hearts wide as the world. We make known God's goodness and love for the poor through a Gospel way of life, community, and prayer. Continuing a strong educational tradition, we stand with the poor women...

115: Congregation of Bon Secours
In 1821, Bon Secours became the first sisters to provide continuous nursing of the sick in their homes. Our common vision and mission: to help people to wholeness, alleviate suffering of all forms, and bring a message of hope and "Good Help" to those...

117: Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters
An OLVM (Victory Noll) Sister is a dream catcher by the life she lives in response to the missionary call. She helps others catch their dreams by living among the people in a simple, prophetic life of community and ministry. She is an image breaker...

118: Glenmary Home Missioners
We are a society of priests, brothers, and lay coworkers dedicated to serving the spiritual and material needs of people in Appalachia, the South, and Southwest. As home missioners we reach out to the Catholic minority, the unchurched, and the poor...

119: Franciscan Friars of the Atonement
The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement have long been leaders in Interfaith Dialogue and the worldwide Ecumenical and Christian Unity movement to heal divisions within Christianity. In 1908 we began an annual prayer movement (January 18-25) that...

120: Bernardine Franciscan Sisters
In 1894 Mother Veronica and four daring women left their European cloister and responded to the call to serve the immigrant church in the U.S. Today Bernardine Franciscan Sisters and Lay Associates reach out in the name of Jesus to God's people...

122: School Sisters of St. Francis
Our mission is to witness to the Good News of Jesus and the presence of the reign of God as we enter into the lives and needs of people, especially those who are poor. In serving we are served. Our focus is giving, healing, defending life. For more...

123: Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVMs), are vibrant women who are passionate about life and ministry. We value relationships and the mutual support of community. The search for spiritual growth is at the heart of who we are. We are...

126: Society of the Holy Child Jesus
Founded by Cornelia Connelly, the Society of the Holy Child Jesus is an international community of women religious. Our mission is to help others believe that God lives and acts in them and in our world, and to rejoice in God's presence. Our life of...

127: School Sisters of Notre Dame
We are women of hope committed to bringing Jesus' message of love and unity to our world. As apostolic women religious we value prayer, faith sharing, and community life to become one with Christ. As a congregation of more than 3,000 members minister...

131: Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, Minn.
We are a community of women who dedicate ourselves to a life of prayer and service to others. In the spirit of Sts. Francis and Clare of Assisi, we follow the gospel of Jesus as our highest rule. For more than 100 years, we have been doing the works...

132: Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word of San Antonio, Texas
The Word of God dwells among us. Inspired by a spirituality built on the truth of the Incarnation and the life and example of Jesus Christ, we strive to make the unconditional love of God present in today's hurting world. We are responsive to the...

134: The Glenmary Sisters
Since 1941 the Glenmary Sisters have been serving the needs of people in small towns and rural areas of the United States, especially focused on the South and Appalachia where the church is not present in its fullness. By the virtue of our vocations...

135: Servants of the Holy Heart of Mary
A religious congregation serving the needs of the church through parish ministry, health care, teaching, counseling, and human services. The sisters serve in the dioceses of Chicago, Rockford, Joliet, Peoria, and Belleville, Illinois; and Madison...

136: Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity
Love means service! The Holy Spirit is seeking qualified young women to become our sisters as we work to open new missions, and to help us continue to serve at our established missions. Our call is to take on "abandoned work"--work of the Church that...

137: The Claretians
Claretian Missionaries (Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary) are a community of priests and brothers founded in 1849 by St. Anthony Mary Claret. More than 3,000 Claretians work in 64 countries around the world. Claretians are called to serve through...

138: Adorers of the Blood of Christ
If you're reading this, you may be wrestling with questions about your vocation. We offer a spiritual discernment program--LifeChoices®--that is designed to help women discern if God is calling them to married, single, or religious life...

141: Felician Sisters
Congregation of the Sisters of St. Felix of Cantalice is an international order of religious women.Today more than 2,000 Felician Sisters minister to God's people in the United States, Canada, Poland, Brazil, England, France, Italy, Kenya, Ukraine, a...

142: Capuchin Franciscan Friars
The Capuchin Franciscan Friars of St. Augustine Province are a community of brothers and priests actively engaged in the world, not removed from it. Capuchins give priority in their ministries to the two loves of St. Francis' life: serving the poor...

143: Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters
As an international community of nearly 3,600 women ministering in 48 countries, we are called to bring the Good News of Jesus today. Called by the Spirit we embrace the world and are sent to peoples of diverse cultures, religions, and backgrounds...

144: Daughters of Charity
We are to see in our brothers and sisters who are poor the person of Jesus Christ. These are the words of St. Vincent de Paul, a humble priest who, together with St. Louise de Marillac, a noble widow, founded the Daughters of Charity in 1633 in...

145: The Marianists - Society of Mary
Blessed William Joseph Chaminade founded the Society of Mary (Marianists) in France in 1817. The Marianists are an international Catholic religious order of brothers and priests. Almost 600 serve in the Province of the United States, which includes...

147: Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ
We are an international congregation of apostolic religious founded by Catherine Kasper in Dernbach, Germany. We minister with the poor, the sick, and children in the United States, Mexico, Germany, England, the Netherlands, India, Brazil, Kenya, and...

148: The Franciscans
Franciscans strive to live Jesus' Good News in the simple, joyful, and passionate spirit of St. Francis of Assisi. Today the Order of Friars Minor focuses on three values: first, an attention to the contemplative dimension of life--the inner life of...

149: Marist Brothers
Founded in 1817 by St. Marcellin Champagnat, the Marist Brothers work to make Jesus Christ known and loved through the Christian education of youth, with special attention to the most neglected. St. Marcellin gave his community the name of Mary...

150: Franciscan Sisters of Rochester, Minn.
The Franciscan Sisters of Rochester, Minnesota believe with St. Francis of Assisi that we are all brothers and sisters, one family under God, with a rich spiritual heritage and the strength of prayer and community life. Our ministries are guided by...

151: The Brothers of the Christian Schools
Founded by St. John Baptist de La Salle in 17th-century France, the La Salle Brothers have more than 7,000 members in the world. The Brothers are elementary, middle, and secondary school teachers; university professors; counselors; missionaries...

152: Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration
The Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration have kept vigil before the Blessed Sacrament since 1878. Today 400 FSPAs and 200 Affiliates live a spirituality of Loving Presence in mission, in community, and in solidarity with the oppressed. As...

154: Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, Ohio
The Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, Ohio were founded in 1869 by Father Joseph Bihn and Elizabeth Schaefer. What began as a response to a local need became fruitful in the founding of a new religious community of women which continues to respond to...

155: Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
Are you seeking a vibrant community in which to live out your gospel call? Consider joining an international congregation of women religious, called to be prophetic witnesses to the gospel, who believe that liberating action that aims at the full...

156: Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart
Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart is a community of Catholic Sisters who meet people where they are on life's journey and respond to their needs offering hope, making a difference, one life at a time. Theirs is a community without walls.The Mission...

157: Medical Mission Sisters
Medical Mission Sisters are an international community of Catholic sisters and associates whose lives are committed to healing and wholeness. We live out this commitment in 19 countries on five continents, including North America. Our call "to be...

158: Sisters of Providence
The Sisters of Providence are an international congregation founded by Emilie Gamelin of Montreal in 1843. As women religious, our ministries are diverse, fulfilling, and needed. They include education, parish ministry, health care, community service...

159: Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers
To mention Maryknoll is to mention mission. Maryknoll is the popular name of the American Catholic Society for Foreign Missions, established by the bishops of the United States in 1911 to represent the church of the United States in the work of...

161: Sisters of the Holy Redeemer
Over 150 years ago, Mother Alphonse Maria Eppinger desired to bring the healing presence and compassion of the Redeemer to those who suffer in body, mind, and spirit. Today her vision is realized in the United States, Germany, and Tanzania...

162: Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence
The Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence continue to be providence to those who most need God's presence in today's world.Today this congregation of women religious continues to preach the gospel and serve those in most need, especially the His...

164: Maryknoll Sisters
Be one with us! Maryknoll Sisters: We are women religious missionaries whose passion is to seek God's love and compassionate justice wherever we are. We set forth to many lands, crossing boundaries of culture, race, politico-socio-economic realities...

165: Augustinians
Casa Agust?n is a discernment house for Hispanic/Latino men interested in the Augustinian religious life. The discernment house provides an opportunity for men who seek to explore the religious vocation while they participate and live together in an...

166: Congregation of Holy Cross
The Congregation of Holy Cross, an international community of brothers and priests, are men with hope to bring. We were founded in early 19th-century France when Father Basil Moreau gathered priests, brothers, and sisters into a religious community...

167: Daughters of St. Paul
Our Pauline vocation is born of a profound love for Jesus Christ that is expressed through our Eucharistic spirituality, our mission of evangelization with the media, and a vibrant community life. In the spirit of the apostle St. Paul, we dedicate...

168: Franciscan Friars of the Holy Land
The Franciscan Friars follow Christ in the style of St. Francis by living and working for gospel values in the Lord's Holy Places performing charitable, educational, and social works for the welfare of our Christian brothers and sisters. For more...

169: Good Shepherd Sisters
We are an international congregation with apostolic and contemplative sisters numbering around 5,000. We have communities in 71 countries throughout the world. Our mission is one of reconciliation. We believe that "One person is of more value than a...

170: Missionary Guadalupanas of the Holy Spirit
We are a religious congregation of women dedicated to evangelization and catechesis among the poorest. Through our vowed life we commit ourselves to a simple lifestyle, with love and God's will at its center. We carry out our ministry in the light of...

171: Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate
Serving in over 70 countries, the Oblates are an international Congregation of about 4400 priests and brothers sent to preach the Good News to the poor. Called "specialists in difficult missions," we are committed to carrying the Gospel to others in...

172: Salesians of Don Bosco
John Bosco worked in Turin, where the industrial revolution attracted waves of young people to the city. He dedicated his life to the earthly and eternal salvation of the young. Don Bosco founded the Salesian Society. He called the order "Salesians"...

173: Sisters of Divine Providence
The world needs to know that God still cares. Defined by our reliance on God's Providence, we commit ourselves to proclaim that only the power of God's love can transform our universe. In response to the pervasive violence in our society and universe...

174: Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
We are an international community of women religious vowed to serve people who suffer from poverty, sickness, and lack of education, with a special concern for women and children. In innovative and traditional ways, Sisters of Mercy address human...

175: Dominican Sisters of Tacoma, Wash.
Nourished by prayer and study, supported by community, and energized by ministry we, the Tacoma Dominicans, are committed to preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a community, we preach Jesus' love and compassion to the people of God through our...

176: Franciscan Sisters of the Holy Family of Dubuque, Iowa
"Rooted in the Gospel and in the spirit of St. Francis and St. Clare, the Sisters of St. Francis live in right relationship with all creation." We express our love of God through prayer, service, and community...

177: Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity
Our Mission: We are gospel women, Sisters of Francis, Clare, and Magdalen, moving with the whole of creation into the fullness of God's love. Seeking the incarnational Christ, we reach out to the voiceless and vulnerable. We heed a fresh call to heal...

178: Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange
Today, as Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, we collectively and individually focus our unique and diverse talents to bring unity, compassion, and reconciliation to a troubled world. The Sisters of St. Joseph share a common mission: "To bring all...

179: Sisters of the Living Word
Our community was founded in 1975, in response to the call for renewal in religious life at the Second Vatican Council. We focus our energies on situations where the Living Word of God needs to be spoken and reflected, to help free the oppressed and...

180: Ursuline Sisters Roman Union
Contemplative urgency is one way to describe our life. We are rooted in the gospels, which give purpose and vision to our lives.We serve in the spirit of our foundress, St. Angela Merici. Our ministries are many and varied: social service, education...

181: Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity
We are Religious Priests and Brothers dedicated for ministry to poor and forsaken persons in the US and Latin America. We work hand in hand with other men and women to witness to the love of God. Our chief effort is to develop a missionary spirit in...

182: Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order
The Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, founded in 1901, is a Franciscan congregation of over 300 members dedicated to the spiritual and material development of the human family, especially the minorities, the people often forgotten in society....

402: Amate House
Inspired by the social mission of the Catholic Church, Amate House supports and develops women and men rooted in faith, dedicated to service, and committed to building a more just and loving society. Volunteers come from across the United States and...

406: Missionary Cenacle Volunteers
Missionary Cenacle Volunteers is a Catholic volunteer program that seeks to help Catholics become apostles while in service to those in need. We are part of the Missionary Cenacle Family, which includes Priests, Religious Brothers and Sisters, and...

407: Dominican Volunteers USA
DVUSA is led by a national partnership of Dominican Sisters and Friars, and calls upon people of faith to fully participate with the Dominican Family in the four pillars of Dominican life: prayer, study, ministry, and common life. Dominican Volunteer...

409: Claretian Volunteers
The Claretian Volunteer Program invites men and women between 21 and 35 to lay leadership by collaborating in service and ministry with the Claretian Missionaries. Volunteers commit to one year of service, live in a community of peers and in...

413: Claretian Summer Ministry Program
The Claretian Summer Ministry Program is a program of the Claretian Missionaries in Chicago. It provides an experience of ministry, community, and spirituality that helps deepen one's sense of vocation. Your ministry opportunity in the program will...

414: Colorado Vincentian Volunteers
Are you searching? Questioning which path to take? Want to make a difference and change lives, especially yours? Compelled by a call to service and justice? CVV volunteers are companions with the poor in the Spirit of St. Vincent de Paul and respond...

416: Christian Appalachian Project
The Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is a human service mission organization serving people in need in eastern Kentucky. CAP strives to meet the needs of Appalachian families while fostering their self-sufficiency. Volunteers are needed for a...

417: Salesian Lay Missioners
The Salesian Lay Missioners (SLMs) is a Catholic association of men and women, seeking to answer God's missionary call in their own lives by dedicating themselves to works of education, evangelization and human development among poor youth. SLMs...

418: Teresian Association
The Teresian Association is an international association of the laity of pontifical right. In 1911 St. Pedro Poveda called Catholic educators in Spain to join forces in response to legislation hostile to the faith and to be present wherever the faith...

423: Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry
Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry Program provides a way for young women and men to give good help to those in need in urban Baltimore, Maryland and Greenville, South Carolina. Bon Secours volunteers commit to one or more years of ministry in health...

424: Catholic Network of Volunteer Services
Catholic Network of Volunteer Service (CNVS) is a membership organization composed of 200 faith-based volunteer programs. Each year we publish RESPONSE, a directory of short and long-term volunteer and mission opportunities available in the...

425: VIDES+USA
VIDES Volunteers International for Development, Education and Service is dedicated, at the national and international level, to the education and development of young people and women. VIDES Volunteer Missioners serve together with members of the...

426: Discipleship Year Program
Experiencing Service, Study and Christian Community. This year-long program develops Christian leadership through concrete and relevant experiences. Participants serve as volunteers 32 hours per week in a ministry in Washington, DC...

603: Barry University
Barry University announces the inauguration of its Institute for Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry. Courses are offered in English and provide a fundamental background in the theology and ministry of the Hispanic/Latino community in the U.S. The...

604: Instituto Fe y Vida
Instituto Fe y Vida is the leading national institution addressing the pastoral needs of the burgeoning Catholic Hispanic youth and young adult population. Fe y Vida empowers young Hispanics for leadership in church and society through programs...

606: Mexican American Cultural Center
The Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC) is a National Catholic Institute for Pastoral Leadership and Language Studies. This multicultural institute offers courses and workshops to prepare pastoral leaders for service in Hispanic and multicultural...

607: Catholics on Call
Catholics On Call is for young adults, ages 18-30, seeking insights into life and considering service in the church as a lay ecclesial minister, religious sister or brother, or priest. We offer pressure-free ways to seek and discover God's call...

608: Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley
The Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley is a theological school faithful to the intellectual tradition and the apostolic priority of the Society of Jesus: reverent and critical service of the faith that does justice. As an Ecclesiastical Faculty of...

609: Casa Claret
Casa Claret is a house of discernment dedicated to studies, prayer, and service for Hispanic young men. Our community is made up of college students who demonstrate a willingness and ability to serve in roles of leadership in the church and community...

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