Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

CAMPAIGN SUPPORTS DIGITAL MEDIA OUTREACH

Engaging younger generations of Catholics in new ways is vital to the Church. Doing so requires communicating more effectively through modern methods, especially the use of social media.

A communications grant made possible by sacrificial gifts through Our Campaign for The Church Alive! will help the diocese connect with younger adults as well as the elderly and shut-ins, according to Father Nicholas Vaskov, executive director for communications.

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ANNUAL REPORT TO DONORS - 2017

Your sacrificial gift through Our Campaign for The Church Alive! is continuing to make a positive impact across the Diocese of Pittsburgh.

Together we are strengthening parishes, invigorating evangelization, revitalizing sacramental life, supporting Catholic education and faith formation, training clergy and lay leaders, and serving the poor and marginalized.

2017 Annual Report to Donors

CHURCH RENOVATION ADDRESSES URGENT NEEDS

Parishioners of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish have even more reason to express gratitude this Thanksgiving weekend as they welcome the physical transformation of their church.

Sacrificial gifts committed in the pilot phase of Our Campaign for The Church Alive! allowed the Pleasant Hills parish to fully renovate the interior of the church building, which was built in 1952.

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OUR CAMPAIGN FOR THE CHURCH ALIVE!

INVESTING IN OUR CHILDREN

Working on the cutting edge of new technology in the oil and natural gas industry, Madalyn Bergard thanks her Catholic high school for sparking her interest in science.

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‘THIS IS TRULY HOME’

Nearly a century after their parish was founded, the St. Kilian family finally has arrived home.

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GIVING BACK TO OUR SHEPHERDS

The retired priests of the diocese have taken care of God’s people for decades. Now the faithful are giving back to them through a much-needed expansion of St. John Vianney Manor retirement home.

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GOOD WORKS FALL 2016