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The Catholic Home Missions Appeal is on April 27th-28th! Visit our collection materials page to find everything you need for the collection.
Read our newsletter to learn how the Diocese of Lexington, Kentucky addresses the challenges of poverty and addiction with the support of Catholic Home Missions.
In a time of public liturgies being suspended due to efforts to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Catholics across the country miss receiving the Sacraments and participating in Mass in their local parishes. In this interview with Catholic News Agency, Catholic Home Missions director Kevin Day, invites Catholics to learn more about mission dioceses.
Join Catholic Rural Life in praying this virtual Novena to St. Isidore the Farmer. Each day, starting on May 7 and ending on May 15, a bishop member of Catholic Rural Life will lead the prayers of this virtual novena for the intentions of rural communities across the country. To join them, visit the Catholic Rural Life Novena page.
The bishops' Subcommittee on Catholic Home Missions is a grant-making agency. It offers financial support to missionary activities that strengthen the Catholic Church in the United States, and in its territories and former territories. Through its annual fundraising campaign, the Catholic Home Missions Appeal, Catholic Home Missions educates American Catholics about mission needs and invites them to assist fellow Catholics in the practice of the faith.
A new online map to see all current CHM grants with areas of need, populations, and more details.
On the weekend of April 25-26, parishes across the U.S. will take up the Catholic Home Missions Appeal. This year, the collection will fund over $9 million in grants 79 dioceses.
The Appeal primarily supports home mission dioceses, that is, those dioceses in the United States that are unable to offer their people the basic pastoral ministries of word, worship, and service without outside help. It may also give grants to other dioceses in the U.S. for particular projects, and to organizations and religious communities engaged in missionary work.
The Subcommittee funds a wide range of pastoral services. However, it principally focuses on (1) evangelization activities, (2) religious education, (3) ministry training for priests, deacons, religious sisters and brothers, and laypeople; (4) support of poor parishes across the country.
See a map of Catholic Home Mission-funded dioceses.
Did you know that over $2 million from the 2019 Catholic Home Missions Appeal went to help priests and religious? Learn more about the 2019 grants.
Check out Catholic Home Missions support makes ministries at the Lamar Catholic Student Center possible!
The U.S. bishops established the Catholic Home Missions Appeal in 1998 to support the missions here in America. The Appeal is taken up in most parishes on the last weekend in April each year.
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