Knights of Columbus
In Service to One. In Service to All.
Thanks to the efforts of Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven and some of his parishioners, the Connecticut state legislature on March 29, 1882, officially chartered the Knights of Columbus as a fraternal benefit society. The Order is still true to its founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity.
Catholic Women's League of Canada
For God and Canada
The Catholic Women’s League of Canada is a national organization rooted in gospel values calling its members to holiness through service to the people of God.
BC Central Interior FertilityCare
Natural Family Planning
The Creighton Model is a beautiful method of family planning, it teaches couple to be open to the Church's teaching on the Theology of the Body. The term SPICE is used to explain this form of communication. SPICE means that you love your spouse in a spiritual, physical, intellectual, creative and emotional creation of God. Couples who use this system learn how to love their spouse as a whole person.
Healing the pain of abortion - one weekend at a time.
Rachel's Vineyard weekends for healing after abortion are offered throughout the year in locations across the United States and Canada, with additional sites around the world. Rachel’s Vineyard is a ministry of Priests for Life
An apostolate of the Catholic Church, ministers to persons with same-sex attractions and their loved ones. We have been endorsed by the Pontifical Council for the Family and our beloved John Paul II said of this ministry, "COURAGE is doing the work of God!" We also have an outreach called EnCourage which ministers to relatives, spouses, and friends of persons with same-sex attractions.
Do you want to grow in a deeper awareness of God’s presence? Do you feel drawn to a more contemplative life? Are you interested in following in the footsteps of St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross and St. Therese of Lisieux?
Serra Club of Kamloops
Pray for Vocations
In 1935, a small group of lay people in Seattle, USA, decided to form an organization to promote and foster vocations to the priesthood and other consecrated religious life. They chose St. Junipero Serra, the great missionary, as their patron and named the organization SERRA Club of Seattle.