Partners & Resources2018-11-19T18:33:28+00:00

Partners &  Resources

Catholic Charities of Louisville finds strength in solidarity and works in conjunction with the following organizations: Archdiocese of Louisville (ADOL)United States Conference Catholic Bishops, (USCCB), Catholic Charities USA  (CCUSA)Catholic Relief Services (CRS), and Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. These partners as well as many others offer resources that are helpful as we strive to carry out our mission rooted in Catholic Social Teaching.

The Catholic Campaign for Human Development funds projects that bring low-income people together to work for change in their communities. Catholic Relief Services is a humanitarian aid organization that assists the poor and disadvantaged outside the United States.

Catholic Charities of Louisville serves as the local coordinator of grants distributed by both CCHD and CRS. Visit the CCHD and CRS Local Grants page for more information.

Catholic Charities is a supporting partner of Citizens of Louisville Organized and United Together (CLOUT).

CLOUT engages congregations, including Catholic parishes, through advocacy to addresses issues that affect the community, such as affordable housing, substance abuse treatment, restorative justice and more.

I was in prison and you visited me . . . Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:36, 40)

Catholic Charities Prison, Jail and Reentry Ministry Mission statement: “To provide support to all who minister to the residents of prisons and jails by way of being a source of information, supportive communication and available resources and assisting with inmate reentry to the community.”

Goal: “Provide a consistent Catholic presence to residents of the prisons within Kentucky and the jails within the Archdiocese of Louisville and supporting successful reentry to the community.”

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Campaign to Reduce Poverty
Nationally, 36.5 million people live in poverty, and Catholic Charities agencies serve more than 7.8 million people each year.  To help Catholic Charities reach its goal of reducing poverty by half by the year 2020, visit the Catholic Charities USA website at www.catholiccharitiesusa.org and endorse the Campaign to Reduce Poverty in America.

Days of Human Dignity #sharejourney
Pope Francis issued an invitation to “Share the Journey” with the millions of migrants around the world. In January 2018, the Archdiocese of Louisville responded to this call by launching an observance called “Days of Human Dignity”.

Justice for Immigrants
In 2004, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Migration and the Catholic Legal Immigration Network resolved to make comprehensive immigration reform, with special emphasis on legalization, a major public policy priority within the Church.

The result was a campaign entitled “Justice for Immigrants: A Journey of Hope.” The campaign is designed to unite and mobilize a growing network of Catholic institutions, individuals and other persons of good faith in support of a broad legalization program and comprehensive immigration reform.