Annual Bishop’s Appeal
The Annual Bishop’s Appeal is the major funding source for the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. The ministries funded by the appeal enable the diocese to reach across parish boundaries to do the work of the Church.
Black Catholic Ministry
Guide the diocese to seek and propose ways to effectively meet pastoral, social and cultural issues relating to Catholics of African descent; and to strive for the evangelization of our faith communities, the unchurched and the broader Church in order to promote unity, pride and understanding in the Church and community.
Serves as advocates for the catechetical needs of all people, providing guidance and support to the faith formation of the diocese.
Religious artifacts dating back to the mid-13th century. Located on the Garden Level (lower level) of the Noll Catholic Center in Fort Wayne.
A resting place that is sacred and shared with all fellow pilgrims awaiting the resurrection of the dead and the promise of everlasting life.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Fort Wayne–South Bend Inc., is a state-licensed, COA-accredited social services agency serving people in the Indiana counties of Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Elkhart, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Marshall, Noble, Steuben, St. Joseph, Wabash, Wells, and Whitley.
Catholic Communications Office
Assists Bishop Rhoades in sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ to surrounding communities and the secular media.
Catholic Community Foundation of Northeast Indiana
The Catholic Community Foundation of Northeast Indiana was formed to provide for the financial future of our diocese, and provide ways for individuals and families to invest in the work of Christ throughout the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Catholic Relief Services
Works with local, national and international Catholic institutions and structures as well as other organizations, to assist people on the basis of need. 260-496-4700
Catholic Schools Office
Through Catholic schools and parish religious education and youth ministry programs, children are introduced to the joy of the Gospel. The office assists parents as the primary educators of their children.
College Campus Ministry
Supports students at institutes of higher education by offering experiences and exploration of the Catholic faith through gathered prayer, sacraments, learning, conversation, socialization and more! All students are welcome regardless of their faith background.
Courage assists those dealing with same-sex attraction to live a life of faith in accord with the moral teachings of the Catholic Church. Encourage offers support for the parents and loved ones of those dealing with same-sex attraction.
Fostering a prayerful and generous response to support the work of our Lord throughout the diocese.
Works to collect, preserve and make available for research the official records of the Diocese and those ancillary records which reflect the work of the Church within the Diocese.
Seeks to strengthen ties with other Christian religions and initiate dialogues with specific Christian denominations. Helps coordinate ecumenical worship services and foster interfaith dialogue.
Seeks to strengthen and support the pastoral care of Catholics of Hispanic heritage and help other offices serve the Hispanic community.
Assist Catholics and Catholic parishes in applying the Scriptural call for justice and the work of evangelization within the context of their local neighborhoods and cities.
The Order of Deacons is an ancient order of the Church reestablished by Pope Paul VI at the suggestion of the Second Vatican Council (1962-65).
Project Rachel - Post Abortion Healing
Offers hope and healing for all those who suffer from the pain of abortion and its aftermath.
Safe Environment Program
Administers Safe Environment practices and resources for the diocese. Victim Assistance: 260-399-1458.
TV Ministry to those persons who cannot attend Mass at their regular parish. The TV Mass is 30 minutes long and features a different celebrant each week.
Official publication of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Marriage and the Marriage Nullity Process
Young Adult Ministry
Young adult men and women in their late teens, twenties, and thirties, who are single, married, divorced, or widowed, with or without children are invited to participate in socializing, learning, praying and serving with peers.
To support and strengthen youth ministry by forming leaders and providing resources.
Fosters awareness and counsels those interested about religious and priestly vocations. Recruitment, selection and ongoing preparation of men for the diocesan priesthood.
Assists the bishop in his care for the sacred liturgy; provides programs and resources for liturgical practice and for the initial and ongoing formation of liturgical ministers. Is a support and resource for the RCIA, including the coordination of diocesan rites. Assists with liturgical aspects of church renovation and new church building.