Ministries
The Arts

Since our community’s founding in 1858, Paulist Fathers have been active in the arts: visual art, music, dramatic arts and more.

Busted Halo

Busted Halo is our dynamic media ministry that seeks to help people understand the Catholic faith, put it into practice, and share it with others.

Campus Ministries

For more than 100 years, Paulist Fathers have been blessed to serve as Catholic campus ministers at universities around the United States.

Downtown Centers

Our downtown centers provide the Faithful and spiritual seekers a place to grow in their understanding of the Catholic faith.

Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations

We seek unity among Christians and to build bridges of respect and collaboration with members of other world religions.

Evangelization Ministries

Paulist Evangelization Ministries provides innovative programs and resources for spiritual seekers and Catholics seeking to share the Faith.

Landings International

Landings is a program that invites parishes and communities to reach out to Catholics who have been away from the Church.

Mission Preachers

Mission preaching was a principle reason for our founding in 1858. Paulist Fathers conduct a wide variety of parish missions, retreats and workshops.

Parishes

Paulist Fathers serve at Catholic parishes known for wonderful liturgies, impactful ministries and an strong sense of welcome for all people.

Paulist Associates

Paulist Associates are lay men and women who make a commitment to embody the Paulist Fathers’ charism in their daily lives.

Paulist Pilgrimages

Paulist Pilgrimages specializes in offering journeys around the world that are spiritual, and historical.

Paulist Press

Since 1865, our publishing house has shared the best of Catholic thought at the intersection of faith and culture — through books and other media.

Paulist Productions

Our production company creates films and TV shows that that uncover God’s presence in contemporary human experience.

Reconciliation Ministries

The sources of suffering, division and conflict are many. The source of healing and reconciliation is one: God.