Patron of the Catholic Community Foundation

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Feast Day: September 21st
Patron saint of bankers and accountants

St. Matthew, you were first a tax collector and then, following Christ’s call, a gatherer of souls. Later you wrote the Gospel accounts of what Jesus, descendant of David, said and did as Teacher and Savior. Dear Saint Matthew, we pray for your blessings and guidance for the Catholic Community Foundation and for all who seek our help that we might imitate your example by being careful and faithful stewards for those who entrust their resources to us. Amen.

 

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Dioceses of the
San Antonio Province:
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Amarillo
Lubbock
San Angelo
El Paso
Laredo
San Antonio

 

OUR MISSION

To receive, manage, safeguard and grow

investments supporting organizations and

donors aligned with the Catholic Faith.

Our Unique and Growing Ministry:
Investment Services

The Catholic Community Foundation is an autonomous pious foundation formed under Canon Law sections 1303, §1,1 and 114, §2 and incorporated as a nonprofit entity in the State of Texas. Organized in 2006 under the ecclesial authority of the Metropolitan Archbishop of San Antonio, the foundation represents an emerging ministry that:

  • Provides investment services and endowments for the benefit of the apostolic activities of the Roman Catholic Church and its related institutions; and,
  • Provides donors with strategies and mechanisms to provide financial support for the Catholic ministries of their choice through Donor Advised Funds, Planned Giving/Bequests or outright donations.

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Getting Started

The Catholic Community Foundation and the Catholic Fraternity Fund work exclusively with organizations listed in the Official Catholic Directory and lay persons who wish to support the ministry of the Church through a Donor Advised Fund, Planned Giving/Bequest, or by outright donation.

We are here to serve the needs of the Church through our unique ministry of managing cash and investment resources through an array of investment models and giving vehicles.

For more information, please contact Steve Oswald, CEO/President, at 210-732-2157 or at steve.oswald@ccftx.org 

A Message from the Metropolitan Archbishop

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Dear Sisters and Brothers,

St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians reminds us that as “God’s co-workers” (Cor. 3:9) we are called to be disciples of Jesus Christ with a spirit of trustworthy, faithful and joyful stewardship. The Catholic Community Foundation provides a valuable resource whose goal is to assist the Universal Church in the sharing of our God-given treasures with our sisters and brothers in parishes, schools, and dioceses, and Catholic institutions and organizations. The Foundation’s unwavering mission is to safeguard the Gospel message and the moral teachings of our Catholic Church through prudent, moral and socially responsible financial investments and their management. Through the Catholic Community Foundation we can leave a legacy of loving stewardship to our Catholic Church and its ministries in perpetuity. “It was not you who chose me, but I who chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit that will remain, so that whatever you ask the Father in my name he may give you. This I command you: love one another.” (John 15:16-17) Let us be collaborators in God’s plan and unite our hearts in solidarity with His call to be one with Him for the good of all His people.

May almighty God bless you and through the intercession of La Virgen de Guadalupe may we journey closer to Jesus Christ, our Savior, as his faithful stewards.

Yours in Christ,

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Most Reverend Gustavo García-Siller, M.Sp.S.
Archbishop of San Antonio