Catholic Charities serve the social needs of Greater Vancouver through: the Catholic Charities Men’s Hostel, Catholic Charities (Prison Ministry), the Refugee Sponsorship program administered by the Office of Service & Justice, and The Door Is Open.
Learn about counselling and healing programs and services within the Archdiocese of Vancouver.
The Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations provides support, advice, service and information to parishes, offices and agencies, schools and ecclesial movements of the Archdiocese; and it encourages the life and work for unity among Christians, and mutual collaboration with the followers of other religions.
Learn more about the First Nations Ministry and access a directory of First Nations Communities.
Find local hospitals, homes, care facilities, healthcare providers, organizations and Roman Catholic chaplains within the Archdiocese of Vancouver.
Learn about the different programs and resources available from the Archdiocese's Life, Marriage & Family Office.
The Marriage Tribunal oversees cases of annulment for the Archdiocese of Vancouver, the dioceses of Prince George and Whitehorse, and the Ukranian Eparchy of New Westminster. Learn more.
The Migrant Ministry initiative began within the Office of Service and Justice and continues to expand as this ministry consists of the Hispanic Community and the Temporary Foreign Workers.
The Archdiocese of Vancouver recognizes its responsibility to respond to missionary appeals, and will accept missionaries to come to our diocese to solicit donations. All requests to participate in the program will be considered by an Archdiocesan Mission Appeal Council.
Catholic Charities Justice Services (CCJS) of the Archdiocese of Vancouver provides prison ministry programming in collaboration with Prison Chaplains for offenders in our prisons.
The Refugee Sponsorship Program is a humanitarian service that assists persons fleeing from persecution in their home countries. Learn how the Archdiocese is helping in their sponsorship and support refugees and their families to establish themselves in Canada.
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