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Grants Awarded to Help Support Catholic Lay Formation

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Dear friends,
We are happy to announce that in the month of November we were awarded two grants to help support our ministry.
The first grant is from the John Joseph Sigstein Foundation, whose mission is to promote and sustain the mission of God according to the charism of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters in solidarity with all persons, especially those living in poverty and/or oppression. The grant will support Hispanic ministry programs at Congar Institute.
The second grant awarded to us was from the CPPS Heritage Mission Fund.
The CPPS Heritage Mission Fund, inspired by the gospel and the charism of the Sisters of the Precious blood, responds to requests for financial support for programs and projects that promote the values of Precious Blood Spirituality, dignity of all life, healing and reconciliation, solidarity with the poor, the common good and meeting the unmet needs of the time. This grant will support lay ministry formation programs in mission dioceses.
We are humbled by the trust these prestigious organizations have for the mission of the Congar Institute. We are eager to begin our collaboration!

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