The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston invites you to share your blessings in support of the many efforts of this local Church. The Diocesan Services Fund (DSF) supports more than 60 ministries in the Archdiocese, many of which enhance the activities within your parish. Help us continue to spread the Good News and serve our brothers and sisters across the Archdiocese by making a gift today.

Giving Opportunities:

The devastation from Hurricane Harvey is widespread. The rain is gone, but the full impact on our churches, schools and other structures in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is still being evaluated. While some areas emerged relatively untouched, others were overwhelmed by the storm and some are still facing ongoing danger from flood waters.

Recovery from catastrophes such as Hurricane Harvey takes years. We need your help. Your donation will support the recovery and rebuilding of Catholic parishes, schools, and ministries in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, in addition to helping those in need through our Catholic social service agencies. Thank you for your prayers and your generosity.

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The Diocesan Services Fund is the Cardinal's annual appeal in support of the ministries of the Archdiocese.

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Your gift to the Cardinal's Circle will enable the Inner City Catholic Schools of the  Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston to maintain a standard of excellence. In addition to tuition assistance, your gift will enable us to meet the other challenges in education today: competitive teacher salaries, classroom technology, and provide for a safe environment.

Supporting Excellence in Inner City Catholic Schools: Please give these students the invaluable gift of a Catholic education by investing in their future and the future of our community.

The need for an education that is affordable, accessible and available for families extends beyond the boundaries of the Inner City Catholic Schools (ICCS) and the Scholarship for Catholic Elementary Schools was created to provide support for students in non-ICCS campuses. A gift to this fund will ensure that students in schools across all socioeconomic lines throughout the archdiocese have the opportunity to experience the transformative gift of a Catholic education.

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The 13th Annual Steps for Students 5K Run/Walk benefits the 59 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.  This exciting event is an opportunity for all members of our faith community to come together to support the education of mind, heart, and spirit.  Your donation helps provide the foundation for our students to become the leaders of tomorrow.

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St. Mary's Seminary, where young men are awakened to and willingly heed Christ's call to follow Him. Donations help to cover the cost of education, housing, and preparation for the priesthood for seminarians.

Your gift to the Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza Priest Retirement Residence Fund provides for the futures of our Fathers, men who have given their lives in priestly service to the Church. This endowment fund ensures that our Priests will always have a home here in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston with their brother Priests and their archdiocesan family.

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Create an enduring legacy using charitable gift planning techniques to support the work of the Archdiocese and its parishes, schools, and ministries. Click here to begin planning

Gifts of Stock: To transfer a gift of securities submit a completed LETTER OF INTENT form to your broker, and to assure that your gift will be properly identified and applied to your intended purpose please send a copy to the Archdiocese.
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Your gift to the IGNITE Capital Campaign will help us to ensure the effective communication and living of our Catholic faith across the Archdiocese for years to come by providing much-needed funds for individual parish needs, faith formation endowments, Catholic school education endowments, and repairs and new buildings at St. Mary's Seminary.

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