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The Vatican


Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary


World Union of Catholic Women's Organizations

Catholic Women's League of Canada

  • National Voluntary Funds constitute monies forwarded by councils through national office for disbursement annually to the appropriate agencies, Parish Councils complete the National Voluntary Fund Remittance Form indicating which funds they wish to support, and forward it to national office with a cheque made out to The Catholic Women's League of Canada. A copy of this form is to be sent to the diocesan treasurer for her information.
    • Permanent Voluntary Funds: these agencies are permanently assisted by donations received from members and councils of the Catholic Women's League of Canada.

        • Coady International Institute of St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia was founded by Dr Moses Coady who gave leadership to the Antigonish Movement which promotes the ideal that by learning and working together, men and women become "masters of their own destinies".  Coady offers a six-month diploma program designed for leaders engaged in the development of people-based organizations in developing countries. The students, ranging in age from 25 to 45, are persons employed with public and private sector organizations engaged in human and international development. All students sign a commitment to return to their country of origin upon completion of the program, and are required to undertake a Diploma Study Project that relates the student's work at home to Coady's formal training.

      • Canadian Catholic Organization for Development & Peace (CCODP) established in 1967 is Canada's official Catholic overseas development organization launched by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. CCODP has helped support projects such as grassroots community development, literacy programs, mother and child health care, skills training, agricultural programs and emergency relief. CCODP also supports educational programs, helping make Canadians more aware of the problems and goals of people in developing countries. CCODP's primary source of funds is the yearly "Share-Lent" campaign, Canadian International Development Agency and donations from individuals and groups. Since 1969, the CWL has encouraged its members to support the 1% program. Brochures are available free of charge from National office.
      • Catholic Missions In Canada (CMIC) - CWL Mission Partners Fund raises funds to provide missionaries with the tools they need to catechize throughout 24 Mission dioceses found within Canada. CWL Mission Partners, in conjuction with the League, supports six religious education programs. The fund established at CWL National Convention 2001.
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Alberta Mackenzie Provincial CWL

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Diocesan Voluntary Fund

Calgary Diocesan CWL Councils:

Alberta Catholic School Trustees' Association (ACSTA) can be reached at

  • #205, 9940 - 106 Street, Edmonton AB   T5K 2N2
  • Phone:  780/484-6209 
  • Fax:  780/484-6248

Calgary Pro-Life Association

Canadian Senior Discount Guide: The Ultimate List

Catholic Organization for Life & Family

For information on your local Catholic Physicians' Guilds and Associations please see www.canadiancatholicphysicians.com

Formed has been officially launched in Canada. This ‘Catholic Netflix’ includes a vast number of programs, movies, audio series and e-books. Access to this website is restricted to subscribers only (individual or parish). Individuals can use a free seven day trial that is available or subscribe for a monthly fee of $9.99.

Habitat for Humanity has an interfaith website https://www.habitatsouthernab.ca/catholic-diocese explaining the diocese commitment 

Lumen Christi Books & Gifts Ltd at 105-58 Ave SW, Calgary AB T2H 0A4 (located within WorldServe Thrift Store Furniture Building) is “Your Catholic Bookstore”. Phone 403-452-4410

Salt & Light Catholic Media Foundation (TV station)

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