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You will be asked to Create New Account if you have not established an account previously. Once you authenticate your account, click Give a New Gift and select the fund to which you wish to contribute. If you would rather send a check or gift of stock, please write checks to the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend and indicate the fund chosen in the memo field. Mail to: Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, 915 S. Clinton St., Fort Wayne, IN 46802. Or call 260-422-4611 for information.
Contributions may be made for:
The next annual Pentecost Collection for Seminarian Education is scheduled for the weekend of May 20, 2018. Your continued generosity each year helps provide the needed funds for seminarian formation. You may give year-round to this effort. To learn more about the Pentecost Collection click here.
This fund supports the Diocesan Communication Office and all of its activities. The Diocesan Communications Office manages all official internal and external communication efforts of Bishop Rhoades and the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, including Today's Catholic and the TV Masses in Fort Wayne and South Bend. To learn more about Today's Catholic, click here.
The Annual Bishop's Appeal is the major funding source for the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. The ministries funded by the Annual Bishop's Appeal enable our diocese to reach across parish boundaries to do the work of the Church. When making a Bishop's Appeal Pledge you will have the opportunity to give on behalf of a parish. To learn more about the Annual Bishop's Appeal, click here.
The Franciscan Friars Minor desire no money for themselves, however their houses and education (which are paid for by the Diocese and Benefactors) do require monetary support. Please help the Diocese help the Friars. Seminarian Friars, who are preparing for the priesthood, require a thorough (and costly) education and formation that lasts for about 6-8 years. The community offers its members many opportunities for continuing education and some religious brothers may undergo more formal education depending on their personal call and community needs.