As a Circle of Faith member, your monthly gift will give the Paulist Fathers a source of income they can count on each month.
The APA is our principal fundraiser. It supports vocations outreach, seminarian preparation, care for senior Paulists and much more.
We are happy to work with our generous benefactors who wish to continue their support of the Paulists in perpetuity with a will bequest.
A gift of your securities, including your stocks or bonds, is an easy way for you to make a gift.
Does your company match donations? We welcome company-matching donations in any amount for any area of our ministry.
Your gift provides for the needs of our senior Paulists and honors these men by providing for their physical welfare during retirement.
Funds donated to this ministry underwrites seminarians’ tuition and expenses as they study for the priesthood.
Perpetual Mass enrollment ensures daily ongoing prayers from the Paulist Fathers. You may enroll yourself or a loved one.
A gift to our campus ministries helps support the teams that minister to thousands of young adults each year.
A gift to Busted Halo helps encourage the ongoing reach of this dynamic ministry to young adults across the country.
A gift to Paulist Productions helps support Paulist films that uncover God’s presence in the contemporary human experience.
Paulist Fathers Office of Mission Advancement
415 West 59th St.
New York, NY 10019
Phone: (202) 269-2500
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